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Rep. Amash Hasn't Ruled Out Running For President As A Third-Party Candidate

NPR Friday, 12 July 2019 ()
Rep. Justin Amash left the Republican Party and gave up his committee assignments in the House. It's unclear what kind of power an independent can wield or whether he'll decide to run for president.
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