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Freshman Representative Katie Hill, Sometimes Called Nancy Pelosi’s Protege, Stops By to Talk Politics

about 8 days ago

This week, Freshman Congress member Katie Hill tells us how she flipped a congressional seat that had always been Republican, gives us her thoughts on impeaching Donald Trump and teaches us that your best ideas always come in the shower.

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