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4-year-old mayor to MSNBC: ‘I’m the boss!’

4-year-old mayor to MSNBC: ‘I’m the boss!’

The pre-school aged Mayor of Dorset, Minnesota says he'd like to run for president some day./MSNBC

The pre-school aged mayor of Dorset, Minnesota went on MSNBC to discuss important political topics like promoting local businesses and ice cream. Mayor Bobby Tufts told the cable news network’s Chris Jansing that he plans to run for president.

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Dollar Tree to buy Family Dollar for $8.5 billion

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UVA Football Notebook: Catching Up With Coley

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South African Tim Clark wins Canadian Open

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Tim Clark tees off the 12th hole during the third round of the RBC Canadian Open at Royal Montreal GC - Blue Course on July 26, 2014.

South African Tim Clark sank a six-foot par putt to beat American Jim Furyk by one stroke at the Canadian Open.

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Tentative agreement reached on U.S. veterans’ funding bill

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Senator-elect Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is interviewed by a Reuters reporter at Sanders' office in Burlington, Vermont on November 28, 2006.

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