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Ex-CIA agent rips GOP for its cowardice on racism: ‘That’s not public service – that’s self service’

Former CIA agent and longtime Republican Evan McMullin blasted President Donald Trump and the Republican Party for not calling out the white supremacists and racists who killed one protester and injured scores of other in Charlottesville, VA on Saturday. Regarding the press conference by Virginia...
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