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Sen. Ben Sasse: 'We should condemn' the altercation outside Turkish Embassy
Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) says that the United States should condemn attacks like the one on May 16, 2017 outside the home of the Turkish Ambassador in Washington, DC. He says that the United States is too partisan on the topic of “American exceptionalism.”
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