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Donald Trump Travels Back in Time to Participate in the Historic 1960 Kennedy-Nixon Debates

In another politically themed video by the Gregory Brothers, the historic Nixon-Kennedy debates of 1960 were reimagined to include a time traveling Donald Trump as one of the eligible candidates. In the latest installment of BACK TO THE FUTURE, B?i?f?f? T?a?n?n?e?n? Donald Trump travels back in time to CRUSH John F. Kennedy, Jr. and Richard […]
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