'I'd Call It a Miracle': South Florida Man Believes Anti-Malaria Drug Saved His Life

‘I’d Call It a Miracle’: South Florida Man Believes Anti-Malaria Drug Saved His Life
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  3. President Trump is very smart, he's concerned about the economy, and how people could start committing suicide because of failing finances. That is a legitimate concern.
    Pray for our president, and that God will give him strength, immunity, wisdom, understanding, knowledge and good night sleeps

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