Rep. Stefanik Removed From Advisory Role at Harvard's Kennedy School


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Congresswoman Elise Stefanik has been removed from her advisory role at Harvard University's Kennedy School.

The school's dean said Tuesday the decision to take away the 21st District representative's position on the Institute of Politics was due to her claims of voter fraud in the recent presidential election. Last week, Stefanik and other Republicans wouldn't certify President-elect Joe Biden's win over President Trump. Stefanik is now accusing Harvard of eroding diversity of thought and hurting the student experience.