Rep. Mark Sanford (R-S.C.) addresses the overflow crowd at a town hall meeting in Mount Pleasant, S.C., Feb. 18, 2017. Congressional Republicans have strained to quell boiling anger with the Trump administration at events like this one, though Sanford’s willingness to disparage the president won him some acclaim here.
Rep. Mark Sanford (R-S.C.) addresses the overflow crowd at a town hall meeting in Mount Pleasant, S.C., Feb. 18, 2017. Congressional Republicans have strained to quell boiling anger with the Trump administration at events like this one, though Sanford’s willingness to disparage the president won him some acclaim here. SEAN RAYFORD NYT
Rep. Mark Sanford (R-S.C.) addresses the overflow crowd at a town hall meeting in Mount Pleasant, S.C., Feb. 18, 2017. Congressional Republicans have strained to quell boiling anger with the Trump administration at events like this one, though Sanford’s willingness to disparage the president won him some acclaim here. SEAN RAYFORD NYT
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