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WATCH: Donald Trump slinks back to find safe space on Fox & Friends after debate trouncing

After getting crushed in Monday night’s debate, Donald Trump slunk back to his safe space on “Fox and Friends,” where he was served a steady diet of softball questions. Interestingly, he still managed to completely whiff on some of them. If you want an example, look no further...
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