(Reuters)
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McCarthy on Trump ‘lynching’ tweet: ‘It’s not the language I would use’
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) on Oct. 22 said he did not “agree with” President Trump’s language when Trump compared the impeachment inquiry to a “lynching.”
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