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December 3, 2022

It’s Been Awhile Since Charlie Rangel Had a Bad Day

“Sixty years ago, I survived a Chinese attack in North Korea and have said that I haven’t had a bad day since. But after today, I may have to revise that statement.”

~ Rangs had a helluva run. Not that it’s any consolation.

“Sixty years ago, I survived a Chinese attack in North Korea and have said that I haven’t had a bad day since. But after today, I may have to revise that statement.”

~ Rangs had a helluva run. Not that it’s any consolation.

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