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Clinton Says No Thanks To Charles Koch's Endorsement, Citing His Climate Denial

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During an interview with ABC News on Sunday, conservative billionaire Charles Koch said that “it’s possible” that Democratic front runner Hillary Clinton could be a better president than the current GOP candidates. But Clinton was swift in rebuffing Koch’s kind words, tweeting just hours after the interview aired that she was not interested in the endorsement of anyone who denies climate science or supports voter suppression. Clinton, for her part, has attacked Koch’s climate denial in the past. In a January speech, she blamed the Koch family’s influence for Republican’s history of climate-denial, saying that “most [Republicans] are not that ill-informed. They just have to do what the Koch brothers tell them.”
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