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Alternative Fact...

What is the U.S. national motto?

o E Pluribus Unum?
o In God we trust?

The country's original motto - though never official - was E Pluribus Unum (Latin for From Many, One).

In 1956, Congress passed a resolution making the official motto In God we trust.

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