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Independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin: 'Syria is Obama's Rwanda'

Independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin has spent the better part of his political career advocating for a more robust humanitarian response to the "industrial scale killing" of Syria's civilians by their own government. That work, according to those who know him, was always largely behind the scenes — in the way you might expect a former undercover CIA agent who grew up in a religious Mormon family on a small farm in Washington state to pair ambition with subtlety.
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