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- REUTERS/Erin Scott/File PhotoWASHINGTON (Reuters) - White House Spokesman Brian Morgenstern on Friday said that President Donald Trump remains willing to take the newly approved COVID-19 vaccine when the time is right.
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（and urged Republican rival Senator David Perdue to join him in the forums.The two leaders said they shared a desire to address the reasons for migration in El Salvador.
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國we worked with both the Obama Administration and incoming Trump Administration to make sure the transition of their Facebook and Instagram accounts was seamless on January 20th
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個The economy is severely strained from pandemic border closures.
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officials from both countries are due to meet on Jan.