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"We'll visit some universities. We don't control the visit. They will let us know what the schedule is when we get there," he said.
And they think they are going to see the real economy and social media first hand?
In a country that can't feed its people and the Gov't controls EVERYTHING, do you really think social media is a big priority?
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