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Hillary Clinton turned her website into a fact checker for the debate

Hillary Clinton pushed back against plenty of Donald Trump's statements during the debate. She also enlisted her website to help out.  For the debate, became a real-time fact checker to push back against things Trump said. ' data-credit-provider="custom type" src="
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