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Defiant Trump refuses to take back 9/11 cheering claim

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump stands in the spin room following the Republican Presidential Debate on November 10, 2015 in Milwaukee, WisconsinRepublican US presidential frontrunner Donald Trump on Sunday refused to take back claims he saw Muslims cheering in New Jersey after the September 11, 2001 attacks, despite a lack of proof. The brash real-estate tycoon has drawn sweeping condemnation after saying earlier this month that Arab and Muslim Americans had publicly rejoiced the unprecedented terror attacks on the United States. “It was 14 years ago but I saw it on television, I saw clips and so did many other people,” Trump told NBC’s “Meet the Press” talk show.

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