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Anita Hill says 'of course I could' vote for Joe Biden in 2020, despite bitter history

FOXNews.com Friday, 14 June 2019
Anita Hill said "of course" she would be willing to vote for former Vice President Joe Biden if he were the Democratic nominee despite their bitter history during the confirmation battle of Supreme Court Justice Clarance Thomas. 
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