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At this point, it couldn’t be more abundantly clear that if the Sunken Place has a deeper sunken place within itself, that’s where South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott resides.

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South Carolina Senator Tim Scott's endorsement of Donald Trump after the former president's win in the GOP New Hampshire primary on Tuesday caused many on social media to record their disappointment in his behavior.

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South Carolina Senator Tim Scott announced that he was ending his campaign bid to be the Republican presidential nominee on Sunday night. He did so as a guest of former GOP politician and Fox News television host Trey Gowdy.

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Senator Tim Scott unveiled his girlfriend after the Republican presidential debate on Wednesday night, sparking a slew of reactions online ranging from surprise to derision.

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Sen. Tim Scott is trending on X after making comments about the ongoing United Auto Workers strike, among other issues.

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Republican Senator Tim Scott has officially announced his campaign to run for president in 2024. The South Carolina politician enters a growing primary field that includes former president Donald Trump, who wished him "good luck" on his Truth Social network.

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Sen. Tim Scott, the Senate's lone Black Republican Party member, elected not to vote to confirm Justice Brown Jackson, prompting Scott's name to trend on Twitter.

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The GOP senator made explosive claims that policing reform talks in Congress fell apart due to defunding the police being included in measures, but it appears Scott lied about it.

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Scott, who is Black, claimed that progressives have called him names like "Uncle Tom" and the "N Word" but then goes on to say America isn't a racist country.

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The South Carolina GOP senator believes that the push for a second impeachment will cause a greater rift in the country.

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It be your own people. Sen. Tim Scott, a grown as Black man, had the gall to say that Donald Trump "misspoke" when he once again failed to denounce White Supremacy during last night's (Sept. 29) first Presidential debate of 2020.