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Scott Walker wades into "holiday tree" fight with menorah tweet

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Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers has gone back to calling the evergreen on display at the state Capitol a holiday tree
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The former Wisconsin governor and other Republicans are fuming over going back to calling the evergreen a holiday tree.

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