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- Democratic lawmakers scoffed at reports of President Donald Trump's proposal to stage a military parade.
- Trump reportedly floated the idea to officials after witnessing France's military parade in July during that country's Bastille Day celebration.
Some lawmakers are shooting down the idea of a grand military parade that President Donald Trump reportedly proposed to US military officials last month.
"I was stunned by it to be quite honest," Rep. Jackie Speier of California said to CNN's Anderson Cooper on Tuesday. "I mean, we have a Napoleon in the making here."
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