Senator Tim Scott, left, and Representative Mark Sanford, right, both Republicans, on Saturday in Mount Pleasant, S.C.
Senator Tim Scott, left, and Representative Mark Sanford, right, both Republicans, on Saturday in Mount Pleasant, S.C. Sean Rayford for The New York Times
Senator Tim Scott, left, and Representative Mark Sanford, right, both Republicans, on Saturday in Mount Pleasant, S.C. Sean Rayford for The New York Times
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