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Trump Is Triggering Domestic Violence Survivors With Textbook Abusive Behavior

It’s been seven years since Lisette Johnson’s abusive husband shot her and then turned the gun on himself, but nowadays, whenever she turns on the TV, she is confronted with a man who sounds just like him. He lies. He bullies. He threatens. He calls women names. And he’s the Republican nominee for president. “Substitute my husband’s face and body and you have the exact same person,” she said.
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