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Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas) wrote in a USA Today op-ed Sunday that some people affiliated with the Republican Party have recently “made racist comments that give legitimacy to hateful ideologies.”

“As a Republican, I believe it’s unfortunate that a perception still exists in the minds of some Americans that the GOP condones racism. Our party was built upon the beliefs of President Abraham Lincoln, who took the significant step to put us on the long path for equality,” Hurd wrote in the op-ed published ahead of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

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“Sadly, some people affiliated with our party have made racist comments that give legitimacy to hateful ideologies,” Hurd added.

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