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North Dakota’s GOP governor grew emotional discussing the partisan divide over face masks, asking residents to ‘dial up your empathy’
(May 24 05:00) Businessinsider.sg
Republican Gov. Doug Burgum appeared to hold back tears when he urged his residents to rebuke the partisan divide over wearing face masks.
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