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Trump Didn’t Cut Canine Program

Q: Did President Donald Trump shut down a service dog training program for veterans? A: No. Walter Reed National Military Medical Center ended its contract with the program and told […] The post Trump Didn’t Cut Canine Program appeared first on FactCheck.org.

Q: Did President Donald Trump shut down a service dog training program for veterans?

A: No. Walter Reed National Military Medical Center ended its contract with the program and told us that the president was not a factor.

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