Track #360: And Then Before You Know Where You Are, You’re Sayin’ Goodbye

360 Before You Know Where You Are You're Sayin' Goodbye

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  1. This is apparently very close to how it actually went down. And now he’s on record as saying that working to defund ACA is a terrible idea, and he never agreed with it. He just caved to pressure from his party.

    I’m very worried about who will replace him.

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