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Donald Trump is totally right, we need more 'Law & Order'

During Monday night's presidential debate, there was a lot of "law and order" talk from Donald Trump. He wasn't, sadly, talking about the successful crime drama. Or was he? The Republican presidential candidate referred to himself as the "law and order" guy a bunch of times, harking back to the days of Reagan and Nixon. Either that, or he just really, really loves Law & Order, in which case, hey, he's only human.
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