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The mainstream media’s obsession with attacking President Trump was in full display when MSNBC producer Mary Emily O’Hara was forced to delete a tweet on Friday claiming U.S. Ambassador to Panama John Feeley resigned because of reports that Trump used disparaging rhetoric when asking why the U.S. was taking immigrants from “s---hole” countries.
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