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"Don't test us," Israeli Prime Minister and Defense Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned as he referenced threats "from the north, south and east."
"They come to represent their districts and their point of view, and they take responsibility for the statements they make," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said about freshman Democrats.
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Former Obama White House adviser Valerie Jarrett said the Democratic Party has "an embarrassment of riches" among 2020 presidential candidates.
"Having worked at Abu Ghraib prison after the scandal there, I can tell you that the conditions for those detained at our southern border is paradise in comparison," Retired U.S. Army Reserve Major Montgomery Granger said.
"What's happening in Saudi Arabia is not normal," the typically close Trump ally and Republican senator said.
Russian officials at an international security forum said terrorist groups are trying to access the weapons to carry out attacks.
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"Vice President Biden's relationships with proud segregationists are not the model for how we make America a safer and more inclusive place for black people, and for everyone," said Senator Cory Booker.
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