This is the sentence here.

I urge ( ? ) anyone to take a look at the fact that he was a prince in a small kingdom.

Is the 'for' necessary in this sentence in the blank(exclamation mark)? And what is the difference between the two sentences (with for and without for)in meaning?


I urge everyone to consider the fact that ...

I urge for taking into account the fact that ...

I don't think "urge for anyone" is correct.

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