Natalie Moore

WBEZ, Chicago public radio

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Natalie Moore is the South side reporter for WBEZ, Chicago Public Radio.

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The name "Trump" takes up two stories atop a Chicago skyscraper, but the President has singled out the city for concentrated "carnage."

President Trump and the 'Chicago problem'

The name "Trump" takes up two stories atop a Chicago skyscraper, but the President has singled out the city for concentrated "carnage."

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