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Trump on NH win, being ‘bleeped,’ fighting ‘like hell’ not to pay a lot of taxes
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to TODAY’s Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie after winning the New Hampshire GOP primary, and says that this win is the beginning “of a movement.” He also laments that “political correctness is killing us in this country,” saying that his repeating foul language at a rally isn’t “the worst thing in the world,” and that he fights “like hell not to pay a lot of taxes.”
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