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Sen. Sasse gives 'eighth grade civics' lesson

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Sen. Sasse gives 'eighth grade civics' lesson

Sen. Sasse gives 'eighth grade civics' lesson

During Monday's opening of Amy Coney Barrett's U.S. Supreme Court confirmation hearings, Republican Senator Ben Sasse delivered what he called an "eighth-grade" lesson on the difference between civics and politics.


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