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    US President Donald Trump without hesitation decided to give his cellphone number to world leaders despite security concerns.

    Call Me Maybe

    Trump has urged world leaders to reach him on his cellphone. According to media reports, Canada's Justin Trudeau, Mexico's Enrique Pena Nieto, France's Emmanuel Macron and possibly others already have Trump's number.

    This move of Donald Trump has raised security concerns due to the secrecy of information which may be obtained during talks. Moreover, transcripts of calls with foreign leaders are usually archived.

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