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    Thầy Khoa, người ta đồn ở đây Cả Cần gốc Sa Đéc.
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    Việt nam, sờ cam rực rỡ...

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    thì ra là sờ hầu bao. Viết cam viết bưởi làm tưởng tượng như tưởng voi.
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    Scam in England:

    Thủ tướng Anh cầm nhầm phôn của nhà báo.
    https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2019/dec/09/tories-accused-lying-distract-photo-boy-hospital-floor

    In an ITV interview during a campaign visit, the prime minister was challenged about the image of Jack Williment-Barr sleeping under coats on a hospital floor in Leeds as he waited for a bed, despite having suspected pneumonia.

    Asked if he had seen the photographs, Johnson said he had not. The ITV reporter, Joe Pike, then showed the prime minister the photograph on his phone, describing what it portrayed.

    Pike pressed the point: “I’m talking about this boy, prime minister. How do you feel, looking at that photo?”

    Johnson replied: “Of course. And let me tell you … I haven’t had a chance to look at it.” Pike asked: “Why don’t you look at it now, prime minister?” Johnson, still not looking at the photo, replied: “I’ll study it later.”


    Pressed again, he said: “If you don’t mind, I’ll give you an interview now. What we are doing is we are taking this country forward, and we are investing in the NHS.” Johnson then appeared, out of camera shot, to take the phone out of Pike’s hand and put it in his coat pocket.


    The reporter challenged him: “You’ve refused to look at the photo, you’ve taken my phone and put it in your pocket, prime minister. His mother says the NHS is in crisis. What’s your response to that?”


    At this point, Johnson removed the phone and looked at the picture for the first time: “It’s a terrible, terrible photo, and I apologise, obviously, to the family and all of those who have terrible experiences in the NHS. But what we are doing is supporting the NHS and, on the whole, I think patients in the NHS have a much, much better experience than this poor kid has had.”


    Johnson ended by handing back the phone: “I’m sorry to have taken your phone. There you go.”

 

 

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