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Black Fox News Guest on Hillary’s Hot Sauce Pander: ‘Surprised She Didn’t Say Watermelon’

Fox News regular Sheriff David Clarke appeared on Fox & Friends this morning, where he said that Hillary Clinton might as well have gone full racist with her "embarrassing" pandering to Black people earlier this week.
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