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CBN News in a Minute: Today's Top Headlines – July 13

CBN News in a Minute: Today's Top Headlines – July 13 Read Transcript


[MUSIC PLAYING]

BEN KENNEDY: It's Thursday, July 13th, and here

is your CBN News Minute.

President Trump is in Paris ahead of Bastille Day

celebrations.

It's there he'll meet with France's president

to look for solutions to the Syrian crisis

and counterterrorism strategies.

DONALD TRUMP: Number one, repeal and replace, and--

BEN KENNEDY: In an exclusive interview,

President Trump sat down with The 700 Club's Pat Robertson.

The commander in chief addressed a number of issues

from health care, North Korea, and Russia's Vladimir Putin.

He debunked the claim that Russia

wanted him to win the election, saying

Putin would have been happier if Hillary Clinton had won.

DONALD TRUMP: That's why I say, why would he want me?

Because from day one, I wanted a strong military.

He doesn't want to see that.

BEN KENNEDY: The parents of ill baby Charlie Gard

are returning to court in London with high hopes of a new order

allowing them to medically treat their son in the US.

The Gards will face a hearing today

with the children's hospital that believes his life

support should be turned off.

To follow what happened in court and the latest headlines,

visit CBNnews.com.

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