Mattis: Trump wants to divide U.S.

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    Mattis said the president is deliberately dividing Americans in an opinion piece published by The Atlantic.

    Mattis also spoke out against Trump’s threat to deploy the military. The U.S. president took to Twitter to respond, calling Mattis “the world’s most overrated General.”

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