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Republicans' New ‘America First Caucus' Carries On Trump's White Supremacist Politics

23 days ago   |   By News One

A group of Congressional Republicans is carrying on the “Trump tradition” in a new caucus. First reported by Punchbowl News, Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene and Paul Gosar launched the effort last week.
Both promoted conspiracy theories around the election and encouraged the Stop The Steal effort leading up to the Capitol attack. Gosar reportedly helped plan the event that immediately preceded the attack on January 6.
A seven-page policy platform overview cites the need for “intellectual boldness” and safeguarding the interests of the American people.
A staff person for Greene tried to...
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