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Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren Jointly Urge Against War With Iran

NYTimes.com Thursday, 9 January 2020
In a call on Wednesday night hosted by left-leaning groups, the two presidential candidates denounced President Trump’s role in the crisis, even as the threat of open conflict appeared to subside.
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