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'Disgusting, pathetic': Avlon reacts to Scalise moment from Fox News interview

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'Disgusting, pathetic': Avlon reacts to Scalise moment from Fox News interview

'Disgusting, pathetic': Avlon reacts to Scalise moment from Fox News interview

CNN’s Jim Acosta talks to John Avlon and Margaret Hoover about the No.

2 House Republican, Rep.

Steve Scalise (R-LA), refusing to concede during a Fox News interview that the 2020 presidential election wasn’t stolen.


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