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Donald Trump's wall of lies

How times have changed. In the past, presidents used an Oval Office address for only the most solemn occasions. We remember John F. Kennedy, warning about the Cuban missile crisis; Richard Nixon, resigning the presidency; Lyndon Johnson, announcing he would not seek re-election; Ronald Reagan, comforting the nation after the Challenger disaster; George W. Bush, rallying Americans in the aftermath of September 11; Barack Obama, announcing the capture and death of Osama bin Laden.

How times have changed. Donald Trump just

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