John Lewis on Sanders' civil rights work: 'Never s...
by Donna Cassata
Associated Press
01:32 PM, Thursday, February 11
Civil rights leader John Lewis on Thursday dismissed Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders' 1960s work on racial equality, saying, "I never saw him. I never met him." The Georgia congressman — a stalwart of the Freedom Rides through the...

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