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White House Explains What Trump Meant About Sweden Terror Attack

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The White House explains what Trump meant: “He meant the rise of crime in the country. The president did not mean a specific incident.” Trump himself said; “I based myself on a Fox News report.” This was all in reference to Trump’s words talking of a Swedish terror attack when there wasn’t actually such an attack in 7 years.

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