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Senator Marsha Blackburn on Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Southern Border Comment: Probably A Young Lady Who Should Finish Her Education “On Concentration Camps”

Posted On: Jun 19, 2019   |   Posted By: FOX News

Earlier this afternoon Fox News Radio's Guy Benson sat down with Senator Marsha Blackburn to discuss a variety of topics including her overall view of the Iranian threat, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's comment on calling the southern border detention centers concentration camps & her reaction on the breaking news that the House of Representatives has approved a combination spending bill which would automatically renewed the Hyde Amendment, barring the use of federal dollars for abortion services.
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Guy Benson We're back. Thanks for being here. Joining me on the line for the first time on the show is Senator Marsha Blackburn Republican of Tennessee. She serves on a slew of committees she was elected to the upper chamber in 2018 senator is great to have you here. Thanks for joining me.
Sen. Blackburn Listen it is so good to be with you and thanks on a great show that's doing so well.
Guy Benson I appreciate.
Sen. Blackburn You're...

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