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Trump meets with Clinton-backing tech philanthropist

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Donald Trump discussed immigration and education reform on Wednesday when he met with Laurene Powell Jobs, Apple founder Steve Jobs' widow and a prolific donor to Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Wednesday.

The duo is an odd pairing.

Powell Jobs is a prodigious philanthropist who known for valuing her privacy, while Trump is a reality television star-turned-politician known for courting attention whenever he

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