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Marianne Williamson warns that US elections could become more like Iran’s

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  • Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson warned that American elections could become more like voting in countries like Iran.
  • Williamson described an "illusion of choice," and criticized the "political media elite establishment."
  • She later clarified that Iran was "a cautionary tale," and "not a direct analogy."
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DOVER, N.H. (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson on Friday warned that American elections could become more like voting in countries like Iran.

Speaking at a campaign event in Dover, New Hampshire, the author described an "illusion of choice," and criticized the "political media elite establishment. It's a corporate establishment."See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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