What It's Like to be Ousted By a Republican Accused of ‘Harmful Rhetoric’ Against Minorities

Republicans are looking to isolate one of the party's problems.

SAN DIEGO–Longtime Michigan Republican Saul Anuzis lost his seat on the Republican National Committee during a Tea Party uprising in his state in 2012. The man who replaced him, former state Representative Dave Agema, was censured this week by the national party after making a series of racially charged statements and social media posts.

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