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Dem Rep. Sean Casten raps that Trump supporters are ‘racist’ and ‘loony’ in leaked video

A video has emerged purportedly of Democrat Rep. Sean Casten calling supporters of President Trump “racist” and “loony” in a rap during an event last year. Casten, a freshmen congressman representing Illinois’ 6th district, appears on a stage before a crowd, the video obtained by the Daily Caller shows. The outlet’s report on Wednesday said the video was taken when Casten was ...

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Rep. McCarthy: What has Pelosi, Democrat majority solved in the House?

The Republican Party retaking the House of Representatives is not a far-off fantasy, Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Ca., told “The Ingraham Angle” host Laura Ingraham. Under House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, not many problems have been solved, McCarthy argued, and Democratic representation is dwindling. “Do you know that there are fewer Democrats in the House since Nancy Pelosi held the gavel?” he asked. “We ...

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Pennsylvania college president apologizes for attending game during campus lockdown

Parents and students are outraged after a Pennsylvania college president was caught breaking coronavirus rules, according to a report. Allegheny College President Hilary Link posted a picture of herself on Instagram at an off-campus soccer game Saturday, while on-campus students were locked in a school-mandated COVID-19 quarantine. The college’s campus-wide quarantine was lifted at 9 a.m. Tuesday, after tests showed that just 0.1 percent of ...

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Coronavirus vaccine likely to be generally available in 2021, CDC director says

Dr. Robert Redfield, director for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), said a coronavirus vaccine may be generally available to the American public by the late second quarter to the third quarter of 2021. The comments came amid a Senate Appropriations Subcommittee hearing on Wednesday. A COVID-19 vaccine could be generally available to the American public by the late second quarter ...

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Transgender activist wins Delaware state senate primary

Transgender activist Sarah McBride won a Democratic state Senate primary in Delaware on Tuesday and is poised to make history as the first transgender person elected to the state’s General Assembly. McBride, who interned at the White House during President Barack Obama’s administration, made history at the 2016 Democratic National Convention by becoming the first transgender person to speak at ...

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