ROBERT REDFORD PENS OP-ED CALLING ON PEOPLE TO VOTE DONALD TRUMP OUT OF OFFICE: 'CHOOSE CIVILITY AND PROGRESS'

Robert Redford sounded off on Donald Trump as he encouraged young people to vote in the 2020 presidential election by way of an impassioned op-ed published by The WASHINGTON Post.

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