Did Trump Leak This Classified U.F.O. Footage?

By Crowdability, on Friday, September 20, 2019

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Did Trump Leak This Classified U.F.O. Footage?

A few months ago, political commentator Jesse Waters said, "I am surprised Trump has not slipped up about Area 51 yet.” Area 51, the highly classified U.S. Air Force facility, has been the subject of conspiracy theories since the 1950s. But after three videos were released (leaked?) this week, perhaps the conspiracy part of this story can be put to rest. See for yourself »


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