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Thirty New US Citizens Swear Their Allegiancei
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July 04, 2013 1:59 AM
As the U.S. celebrates 237 years of independence thousands of people across the country are being sworn in as new U.S. citizens. One of those naturalization ceremonies occurred just steps from the White House. Reporter Brandon Goldner was there.

Thirty New US Citizens Swear Their Allegiance

Published July 03, 2013

As the U.S. celebrates 237 years of independence thousands of people across the country are being sworn in as new U.S. citizens. One of those naturalization ceremonies occurred just steps from the White House. Reporter Brandon Goldner was there.


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