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Trump Teases, Threatens And Dodges With 'We'll See What Happens'

President Trump frequently says "We will see what happens" about matters large and small, creating uncertainty for the media, members of his administration and even world leaders.

Different When It Comes to You Bruce Cockburn
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Crockett's Return Jan Hammer
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Trump Teases, Threatens And Dodges With 'We'll See What Happens'

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We'll See What Happens One Alternative
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NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 06: Alexis Okeowo speaks on stage during The 2017 New Yorker Festival at Gramercy Theatre on October 6, 2017 in New York City. Andrew Toth/Getty Images for The New Yorker hide caption

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Author Recognizes Ordinary Africans Fighting Extremism

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Sweet Pea Atkinson's first solo album in 35 years, Get What You Deserve, is out now. Mathieu Bitton/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'I'm Old As Dirt But I Can Still Sing': Sweet Pea Atkinson On 'Get What You Deserve'

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