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CNN's Van Jones Sums Up Democratic Debate as 'Dispiriting,' with No Evidence to Defeat President Trump

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CNN's Van Jones Sums Up Democratic Debate as 'Dispiriting,' with No Evidence to Defeat President Trump

CNN's Van Jones Sums Up Democratic Debate as 'Dispiriting,' with No Evidence to Defeat President Trump

CNN’s Van Jones’ summation of the final Democratic debate before the Iowa caucuses has conservatives sharing his views on social media including the Republican National Committee.

Veuer’s Chandra Lanier has the story.

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