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Ken Cuccinelli Blasted for Comments Defending Twisting Statue of Liberty Poem: ‘Said the Quiet Part Out Loud’

Mediaite Wednesday, 14 August 2019
During a segment with CNN's *Erin Burnett*, President *Donald Trump's* acting head of ICE, *Ken Cuccinelli*, claimed that Emma Lazarus' empathetic poem on the Statue of Liberty was about "people coming from Europe" and Twitter erupted in outrage.
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