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    The US President has a history of threatening rhetoric when it comes to national rivals China, Iran and North Korea, but how often do these threats translate into action? It’s the subject of this week’s episode of America, If You’re Listening. Host Matt Bevan joined News Channel to talk about it. Subscribe: http://ab.co/1svxLVE

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