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Trump, breaking with precedent, won’t meet with U.S. Nobel recipients, and at least one scientist is relieved – “I will not put my foot into the White House as long as Trump, Pence, or Ryan occupy it”

Desdemona Despair By Lev Facher 13 November 2017WASHINGTON (STAT) – President Trump, breaking a tradition that stretches back nearly two decades, will not personally greet the eight American Nobel laureates this year before they travel to Sweden in December to receive their prizes.Not all the honorees are disappointed.Two American Nobel…

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