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“The voters clearly wanted to give the finger to Washington.”
Through dozens of interviews and weeks of fact-checking, what started as a tip became a story that could shake an election.
Hill and five lawmakers who fought for her revisit the hearings where she alleged Clarence Thomas had sexually harassed her.
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The Fox News host makes Trump's views more palatable for viewers who want to agree with their Republican president but are sometimes put off by the delivery.
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