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Trump also pierced the Australians!

Published on February 7, 2017 by   ·   No Comments

Trump also pierced the Australians!
Canberra: President Donald Trump is not only that he became a headache. Trump recently banned  the residents of the citizens of seven Muslim countries to travel to Australia. More than half of the tramped correct, incorrect, had come in conflict with other half. 44 per cent of Australians are in favor of Trump, while 45 per cent stood against the decision. Also, the National, Liberal voters also said that the company also support trump policy. 34 per cent of the voters were in favor, while at the same time, 55 percent of the horses that are on the way at Trump. Germany, Britain, Canada  clearly showed Trump policy, countries such as the United States would not interfere in the individual subjects.

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