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Fox News reprimands Sean Hannity: Stop citing bullsht online polls claiming Trump won debate

Fox News has reportedly banned network personalities like Sean Hannity from citing unscientific online polls as proof the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump won Monday night’s debate with Hillary Clinton. Just hours after the debate at Hofstra University, Hannity rattled off a...
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