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Crazy Trump Twitter Rants Trumps Media Showing Real Donald

Donald Trump has not stopped with his barrage of Twitter statements. By getting to his supposed point using 140 characters, Trump's own words have trumped the media before they could report actual facts. The Super Bowl of the debate season is now here and it is not surprising that Twitter is being used by Mr. Trump as a preemptive strike against his component. Looking back at some Real Donald tweets showcases just how outrageous his words have been.
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