Viral Photo of White House 'Going Dark' That Was Shared by Dems Is from Before Trump Presidency




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Viral Photo of White House \'Going Dark\' That Was Shared by Dems Is from Before Trump Presidency  
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  • 2020-07-08 15:49:43Z

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