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Identical Twins on Opposite Sides of Political Fence

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Identical Twins on Opposite Sides of Political Fence

Identical Twins on Opposite Sides of Political Fence

Identical Twins on Opposite Sides of Political Fence

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Reporting from the Republican National Convention in New York City, NPR's Mike Pesca profiles Jeane Kangas and Joane Steele, identical twin sisters on opposing sides of the political fence. Kangas is attending the convention as an alternate delegate for Massachusetts, and Steele is in New York City protesting the Republican agenda.