Kimberly Klacik reports $6.4M in fundraising after Trump shared her viral campaign video

October 17, 2020 

Baltimore congressional candidate Kimberly Klacik reported $6.4 million in fundraising after President Trump shared her viral campaign video, which lambasted Democratic leadership in cities with large African American populations.Kimberly Klacik reports $6.4M in fundraising after Trump shared her viral campaign video - h oPOdnicA4

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Jeff Bridges Says He Has Lymphoma

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Denver TV station security guard charged with second-degree murder: report

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