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Billionaire real estate developer Donald J. Trump, center, his daughter Ivanka Trump, right, and attorney David Friedman exit U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Camden, New Jersey, U.S., on Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010. Trump said he switched sides in the court battle over three bankrupt Atlantic City casinos that bear his name because he concluded he was losing to noteholders led by Avenue Capital Group's Marc Lasry. A judge will determine whether rival billionaire Carl Icahn or the noteholders and Trump will control the casinos. Photographer: Bradley C. Bower/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Billionaire real estate developer Donald J. Trump, center, his daughter Ivanka Trump, right, and attorney David Friedman exit U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Camden, New Jersey, U.S., on Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010. Trump said he switched sides in the court battle over three bankrupt Atlantic City casinos that bear his name because he concluded he was losing to noteholders led by Avenue Capital Group's Marc Lasry. A judge will determine whether rival billionaire Carl Icahn or the noteholders and Trump will control the casinos. Photographer: Bradley C. Bower/Bloomberg via Getty Images

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President-elect Donald Trump said he will nominate campaign adviser David Friedman, a bankruptcy lawyer with hardline views on Israel, to serve as US ambassador to the country.

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President-elect Donald Trump said he will nominate campaign adviser David Friedman, a bankruptcy lawyer with hardline views on Israel, to serve as US ambassador to the country.