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  • EXCLUSIVE: Rep. Ilhan Omar on Islamophobia

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Rep. Paul Gosar goes to extremes

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Paul Gosar’s tweet threatening AOC and Pres. Biden isn’t the first extreme action by a conservative member of Congress that GOP leadership has conveniently overlooked. Former Rep. (and former Republican) Joe Walsh discusses the state of the party.