JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. — A Wyoming high school teacher says she did not write the multiple-choice quiz that included “shooting at Trump” as an answer. The Jackson Hole News and Guide reports Jackson Hole High School English teacher Carin Aufderheide told the Jackson Hole Daily: “While I did not write the quiz questions and answers,...
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