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Saturday, April 2, 2016

Is Trump About to Trump the American Public?

 

This is Donald Trump's most shocking statement yet,

However the mainstream media isn't saying a word about it!

What are they really trying to cover up?

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I'm sending this to all my friends, family and patriot brothers...

As quickly as I can...

Because it's the ONLY video I've seen that reveals the "April Surprise" nobody is talking about...

This is bigger and far more dangerous than ISIS could have ever become.

And it's headed to YOUR neighborhood...

WAY faster than you think.


P.S. Some of America's richest are already spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to prepare for this...

And when you watch this presentation you'll understand why.

 

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