Sen. Murphy rules out 2020 White House bid

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Sen. Chris Murphy ruled out a 2020 White House bid Wednesday afternoon.

Murphy said he plans to keep his focus on the people of Connecticut and winning re-election to the Senate.

He succeeded Sen. Joe Lieberman there in 2012.

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