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Madison Cawthorn, 24, defeats Trump pick in North Carolina GOP congressional primary

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Political newcomer Madison Cawthorn breezed past President Donald Trump's pick for Mark Meadows seat in Congress in a two-person GOP runoff election.
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Madison Cawthorn is the Republican nominee for the District 11 U.S. House seat from North Carolina.

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