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Truth Or Dare Contest: The Presidential Race Showdown

The 2016 Presidential race has become more of a hyped reality type TV show than a seriously looked at campaign. Social media and entertainment journalism has played a huge part is showcasing the candidates as if on the wrestling mat battling to be the victor. With two candidates who seem to stir up radical behavior on both sides, the 2016 presidential campaign has turned into a truth or dare contest.
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