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Journalist Andy Ngo said politicians in the Portland, Oregon, area are complicit in the rise of Antifa violence while testifying before the Senate Tuesday. "This problem is not going away. It's continuing, and, hopefully, my testimony to Congress here shows I don't come with a partisan message," he said.
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I stand here today to fulfill one of my highest duties, the nomination of a Supreme Court Justice
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