'Peaceful protest': Trump defends audience at his golf club who did not adhere to COVID-19 restrictions

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The president's official news conferences are White House events paid for by taxpayers. They are not the same thing as his political rallies.

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Published on August 8, 2020 -  01:03
Trump calls Bedminster crowd a 'peaceful protest'
When U.S. President Donald Trump was asked by a reporter about members and guests of his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey not being socially-distanced, Trump replied that it was a "peaceful protest."

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