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President Donald Trump wants to find and prosecute whoever leaked that he hid in a bunker during protests in Washington, DC, The New York Times reported Wednesday.
Trump, his wife Melania, and their son Barron were rushed to secure bunker on May 29 amid unruly protests near the White House, according to reports. Trump would later argue that he was inspecting the bunker, not hiding in it.
The president’s attorney general contradicted his version of events later, revealing that Trump was taken there because “things were so bad” outside.
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President Trump told officials that he wants to find and prosecute the person who leaked that he was hiding in a bunker on May 29 during recent protests in the nation’s capital, The New York Times reported Wednesday, citing three people familiar with his comments.
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