President Trump appears to invent incident in Sweden

During a rally in Florida, United States President Donald J. Trump alludes to an apparent terror attack that took place in Sweden on Friday, much to the surprise of the country’s citizens since no such attack was reported; ‘Sweden, who would believe this, Sweden,’ says Trump, adding that the country is suffering from a plethora of immigration problems; Swedish Foreign Ministry asks The White House to clarify Trump’s comments.

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