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This GOP senator said he wouldn't vote for Trump if he ran in 2024

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This GOP senator said he wouldn't vote for Trump if he ran in 2024

This GOP senator said he wouldn't vote for Trump if he ran in 2024

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Bill Cassidy (R-LA) said in an “Axios on HBO” interview that he would not vote for Donald Trump if the former president decided to run again for the Republican nomination in 2024.


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