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White House remains tight-lipped despite two high-altitude shootdowns


U.S. fighter jets shot down two more suspicious high-altitude objects over Alaska and Canada as remnants of the Chinese surveillance balloon continued to be recovered. Both the White House and the Pentagon declined to provide guests to share more about the incidents.

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Appearing:Chuck Todd
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