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2020 Dems dismiss Hillary Clinton’s attacks, rally to Tulsi Gabbard’s defense over Russia accusation

FOXNews.com Monday, 21 October 2019 ()
A growing number of 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls are rallying to Tulsi Gabbard’s defense after Hillary Clinton “smeared” her as a “Russian asset.”
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News video: Tulsi Gabbard Defending Herself After Hillary Clinton Hints Russians Are Grooming Her

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Gabbard responded first via Twitter and then lashed out at Clinton during an interview on CBSN.

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