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    Peter Thiel, co-founder of PayPal and a board member of Facebook, appeared at the National Press Club in Washington on Monday to support Donald Trump for president a week before the election. His appearance came amid a tech world backlash over his support for Trump, which includes a $1.25 million campaign donation.

Peter Thiel, co-founder of PayPal and a board member of Facebook, appeared at the National Press Club in Washington on Monday to support Donald Trump for president a week before the election. His appearance came amid a tech world backlash over his support for Trump, which includes a $1.25 million campaign donation. C-SPAN
Peter Thiel, co-founder of PayPal and a board member of Facebook, appeared at the National Press Club in Washington on Monday to support Donald Trump for president a week before the election. His appearance came amid a tech world backlash over his support for Trump, which includes a $1.25 million campaign donation. C-SPAN

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