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Justin Amash Abandons Third-Party Presidential Bid

NYTimes.com Saturday, 16 May 2020 ()
The Michigan conservative said the “extraordinary challenges” of campaigning in the current environment had discouraged him from challenging President Trump and Joe Biden.
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