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Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders have lost tens of thousands of followers, while Republicans such as Sen. Ted Cruz and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene have seen big increases.
It’s a good sign for the Democratic Party that Elon Musk doesn’t want to be a member.
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