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In a campaign email, Trump blamed Democrats' immigration policies for the death of Iowa college student Mollie Tibbetts and the recent deaths of an Iowa family.

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Mollie Tibbitts was murdered by an illegal alien who had been living in the US for 4–7 years.

The Iowa family of three was murdered by an illegal alien who was deported twice

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