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After the card, featuring a black couple, drew complaints about racial stereotyping, Target and American Greetings pulled it from thousands of stores.
The newspaper that serves as the Chinese Communist Party’s mouthpiece, and other state-controlled outlets, had harsh words for the president’s tariff move.
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