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Johnson, Barnes asked what makes opponent 'admirable' in second Wisconsin Senate debate

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At the conclusion of the second Wisconsin U.S. Senate debate, Ron Johnson and Mandela Barnes are asked what they admire about each other. Johnson is booed by the crowd when he used his time to say that Mandela "turned on America."