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Savage: Trump Won’t Roll Over Like A Dog For Google, Unlike Obama Did

Savage: Trump Won’t Roll Over Like A Dog For Google, Unlike Obama Did Google pulled Obama’s strings Jerome Corsi | Infowars.com – April 18, 2017 Comments WASHINGTON, D.C. – “Under Obama, Google was untouchable,” Michael Savage told Infowars.com, answering the question whether he thought it was possible President Trump might appoint a head to the … Continue reading

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