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    Exclamation I don`t want to drive a wedge here.

    Hello everybody,
    Would you please tell me the meaning of this sentence?
    ( I don`t want to drive a wedge here )

    Thanks in advance,

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    Default Re: I don`t want to drive a wedge here.

    If you drive a wedge between people, they stop being together on an issue.

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