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Acosta on GOP violence and threats: Where is the accountability?

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Acosta on GOP violence and threats: Where is the accountability?

Acosta on GOP violence and threats: Where is the accountability?

CNN’s Jim Acosta reacts to the indictment of former Trump adviser Steve Bannon for contempt of Congress and criticizes members of the GOP for refusing to denounce political threats and violence from the far right.


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