Pennsylvania’s senior U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, a Democrat, is calling on President-elect Donald Trump to continuously denounce hateful and violent actions unfolding nationwide since last Tuesday’s election.
Pennsylvania’s senior U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, a Democrat, is calling on President-elect Donald Trump to continuously denounce hateful and violent actions unfolding nationwide since last Tuesday’s election. Courtesy of Sen. Bob Casey’s office
Pennsylvania’s senior U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, a Democrat, is calling on President-elect Donald Trump to continuously denounce hateful and violent actions unfolding nationwide since last Tuesday’s election. Courtesy of Sen. Bob Casey’s office

Sen. Casey tells Penn students racist acts are threats, calls on Trump to condemn them

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