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Trump lashes back at Nebraska Sen. Sasse after criticism

Upworthy Saturday, 17 October 2020
President Donald Trump pushed back Saturday at Sen. Ben Sasse on Twitter, calling the Nebraska senator “a liability to the Republican...
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News video: Trump Puts 'RINO' GOP Sen. Ben Sasse On Blast

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President Donald Trump is not happy with the Republican senator from Nebraska, Ben Sasse. Trump vented his spleen against Sasse in a series of tweets, saying he 'truly doesn't have what it takes to be great. According to Business Insider, Trump then proceeded to call Sasse a 'RINO,' or a Republican...

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