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There are a lot of things you probably don’t know about Gretchen Carlson. That she was a champion violinist—“a prodigy at 14,” as she put it—and it was her violin-playing that first got her involved in the Miss America pageant system (with talent being 50% of the score, she said) that eventually led to her career in TV journalism. Or that she’s recently spent a lot of time on Capitol Hill, stumping for a bill that would end forced arbitration in sexual harassment cases. It’s bipartisan, backed by Kamala Harris as well as Lindsey Graham.

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