Nov 15, 2015

Minnesota House Candidate Ends Campaign After Tweet About IS - ABC News

A Democratic candidate for the Minnesota House ended his campaign Sunday, hours after he tweeted that the Islamic State group "isn't necessarily evil" and its members were doing what they thought was best for their community. Dan Kimmel, 63, announced the end of his bid for office on his...

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