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  • Cooper sworn in as governor minutes after midnight

    North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper took his oath of office Sunday morning minutes after midnight in Raleigh, getting an early start on his duties amid bitter partisan politics in the state but saying he believes there is a way forward.

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper took his oath of office Sunday morning minutes after midnight in Raleigh, getting an early start on his duties amid bitter partisan politics in the state but saying he believes there is a way forward. Pool Video
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