Special Olympics / Education Sec Betsy Devos / Betsy Devos

“It’s cruel, it’s misguided and it’s outrageous,” says , whose great aunt founded the Special Olympics, as Education Sec. Betsy DeVos defended her proposed cuts to the organization.

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