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Cantor Not Pointing Fingers Following Primary Loss

Cantor Not Pointing Fingers Following Primary Loss

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The Virginia congressman who will step down next month as the House Majority Leader says he does not blame anyone else for his loss in the June 10th Republican primary. Eric Cantor (pictured) of Henrico County says many Virginians have become frustrated whenever they think about Washington. Cantor notes the TEA party was created by voters who believe they have been taxed enough already. He appeared as a Sunday guest on ABC’s “This Week” and CNN’s “State of the Union.”

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