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Virginia governor says 'I'm not going anywhere'

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Virginia governor says 'I'm not going anywhere'

Virginia governor says 'I'm not going anywhere'

In an interview on CBS, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, said plans to remain in office despite calls to step down over a racist yearbook photograph.

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