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In Tanzania, opposition leaders have vowed to continue protests after President John Magufuli was declared the winner of last week’s election, insisting that the poll was riddled with irregularities.
She took calls from residents who insisted the pandemic was a hoax.
At an event last week centered on “protecting America’s seniors,” he insisted that his administration would protect seniors while letting younger people go about their lives.
These other frameworks of meaning are important, and we should grab them and hold on to them and insist on them.
McConnell and Senate Republicans, including Graham, insisted that the president chosen in November of that year, eight months after Obama’s nomination, should fill the seat.
Police officers eventually arrived and insisted the maskless shouters leave the line and return when they were wearing masks.
Furthermore, Google insisted that the FTC has already evaluated Google’s search agreements.
Google insists that it holds no special power forcing people to use its free services or preventing them from going elsewhere.
She continued insisting on Thursday that she was working hard on reaching an agreement but would not settle for a bad deal.
When Twitter implemented efforts to reduce the volume of trolling posts, for example, conservatives affected by the change insisted it was a function of their politics, which was not obviously the case.

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