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Steve Nelson from The New York Post reports, Apparently the bird is the word for the flagging Terry McAuliffe gubernatorial campaign in Virginia. The Democrat’s 21-year-old daughter Sally took a break from campaigning for her dad to flash the middle finger in front of a Republican office with signs for her dad’s suddenly surging rival, Glenn Youngkin.
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