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Anti-impeachment Democrat to switch parties after meeting Trump

The Age Sunday, 15 December 2019
The New Jersey congressman, who joined President Donald Trump for a lengthy meeting on Friday, has faced fierce criticism from within the party over his impeachment stance.
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