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Van Jones: Obama Let Tea Party ‘Set Him Up’ By Being ‘So Bipartisan’

According to a report in The Daily Caller, in an April 20 talk with the Center for American Progress, former White House advisor Van Jones said that the President Barack Obama allowed the tea party movement to “set him up” by being “so bipartisan.”
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