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Taxes and Birtherism Aren’t Going Away

First Read: “Maybe the most damaging part of last night’s debate for Trump was that it only extended the tax and birtherism stories, which are bound to come up again at the VP and second presidential debate over the next [...] The post Taxes and Birtherism Aren’t Going Away appeared first on Political Wire.
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