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Sen. Ben Sasse calls Houston Astros 'miserable cheaters' during Amy Coney Barrett hearing

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Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Nebraska, called the Houston Astros "miserable cheaters" during Supreme Court nominee Hon. Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation
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