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Don’t hold your breath for an Ilhan Omar upset

11 August 2020

3:47 AM

11 August 2020

3:47 AM

Ilhan Omar haters have whipped themselves into a hopeful frenzy thinking the first Somali American woman to serve in Congress will be primaried by black lawyer Antone Melton-Meaux this week.

In many ways, Melton-Meaux is the perfect challenger. He is equally as progressive, having spent much of his campaign advocating for trans rights, but comes with none of the anti-Israel and BDS baggage that has plagued Rep.

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