Rep. Emanuel Cleaver of Kansas City, Mo., signed a letter urging President-elect Donald Trump to reconsider his appointment of Breitbart editor Steven Bannon as his top policy adviser.
Rep. Emanuel Cleaver of Kansas City, Mo., signed a letter urging President-elect Donald Trump to reconsider his appointment of Breitbart editor Steven Bannon as his top policy adviser. Kansas City Star file photo
Rep. Emanuel Cleaver of Kansas City, Mo., signed a letter urging President-elect Donald Trump to reconsider his appointment of Breitbart editor Steven Bannon as his top policy adviser. Kansas City Star file photo

Missouri Democrats Cleaver and McCaskill join growing outrage over Bannon appointment

November 16, 2016 04:40 PM

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