Booker Scolds Buttigieg for Referring to Gun 'Buybacks' as 'Confiscation': 'Doing the NRA's Work for Them'




Booker Scolds Buttigieg for Referring to Gun \
Booker Scolds Buttigieg for Referring to Gun \'Buybacks\' as \'Confiscation\': \'Doing the NRA\'s Work for Them\'  
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