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Cesar Conda (Marco Rubio)

Conda is a movement "conservative" who's a strong supporter of amnesty. He currently serves as Chief of Staff to Marco Rubio, who's also an amnesty supporter. From 2001 to 2003, Conda was an assistant to Dick Cheney. Per his Washington Post biography, Conda helped "spearheaded the Bush-era tax cuts".

Contact him on Twitter about the posts below and - more importantly - the posts at the Rubio link above: @CesarConda

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