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CNN reporter asks Sen. Grassley about flip-flop on Trump

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CNN reporter asks Sen. Grassley about flip-flop on Trump

CNN reporter asks Sen. Grassley about flip-flop on Trump

CNN’s Gary Tuchman talks to longtime Republican Sen.

Chuck Grassley about his change in opinion on former President Donald Trump after Grassley accepted an endorsement from him.


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Burnett rolls the tape on senator's past words about Trump who was just at rally with him [Video]

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Longtime Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley, who just nine months ago was slamming Trump for his role in the Capitol riot, was seen supporting the former president at a rally in Iowa.

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Donald Trump Donald Trump 45th president of the United States (2017–2021)

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New Study Suggests , Citizens of Counties Who Voted for Trump, Have Higher Chances of Dying From COVID-19. The Guardian reports those residing in counties won by Donald Trump in the 2020 election are almost three times more likely to die from COVID-19. A study conducted by National Public Radio (NPR) analyzed data from deaths that occured in over 3,000 counties in the US since May 2021. Experts say these deaths are directly correlated with the low vaccination rates of Trump-led counties. White Republicans appear to be most hesitant to receive a coronavirus vaccine. Data from the Kaiser Family Fund shows 59% of Republicans have been vaccinated compared to 91% of Democrats. Republicans have also been found more susceptible to COVID-19 misinformation. According to the Kaiser Family Fund, 94% of Republicans believe one or more false statements about coronavirus and the vaccines. We’ve seen lower levels of personal worry among Republicans who remain unvaccinated. , Liz Hamel, VP public opinion and survey research Kaiser Family Fund, via NPR. That’s a real contrast with what we saw in communities of color, where there was a high level of worry about getting sick. , Liz Hamel, VP public opinion and survey research Kaiser Family Fund, via NPR. As the pandemic presses onward, COVID-19 has claimed the lives of more than 788,000 Americans

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Politicians React, to the Death , of Bob Dole. On Dec. 5, the family of the WWII veteran, former Republican senator and presidential candidate released a statement announcing Dole's death. Senator Robert Joseph Dole died early this morning in his sleep. At his death, at age 98, he had served the United States of America faithfully for 79 years, Bob Dole's family, via statement. In February, Dole announced he was undergoing treatment for advanced lung cancer. Politicians from both sides of the aisle paid their respects to the Republican icon. Bob Dole served his country with courage on the battlefield, and with dignity in the Senate. Jane and I send our condolences to his family, Bernie Sanders, via Twitter. When I think of the greatest generation, I think of Senator Bob Dole—a man who dedicated his life to serving our country. Rest In Peace, my friend. Ann and I will be praying for Elizabeth, their family, and loved ones, Mitt Romney, via Twitter. Throughout his nearly 80 years of public service, Bob Dole was a steadfast defender of his country and of the people of Kansas. May he rest in peace, Al Gore, via Twitter. Senator Bob Dole was a truly great man who lived an extraordinary life of service to America and he will be deeply missed by all of us who had the privilege to know him…, Mike Pence, via Twitter. Bob was an American statesman like few in our history. A war hero and among the greatest of the Greatest Generation. And to me, he was also a friend whom I could look to for trusted guidance, or a humorous line at just the right moment to settle frayed nerves. I will miss my friend, President Joe Biden, via statement

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