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Clinton v. Trump debate: We're not the traditional media, so we're fact-checking live

Debate number one. Let’s all hope that it’s just a little bit better than this preview. x Just posting these together so future gender studies professors don't have to go looking for separate tweets. pic.twitter.com/EhNQBIA4xL — southpaw (@nycsouthpaw) September 26, 2016 Will Hillary be nice enough? Will The Donald say one truthful thing? Because those things are exactly the same and what we all want in our president.
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