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Snapchat filters were the real winners of the first Trump-Clinton debate

Americans across the country were glued to the first presidential debate in one of the most controversial presidential elections to date. And with nearly half of voters relying on these debates to decide who they are going to vote for in November, there was even more pressure.  But for some, perhaps  out of frustration or maybe boredom, Snapchat filters provided the entertainment they needed to get through the 90-minute debate.
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