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Chuck Todd Scolds Trump Spox For Touting Click Polls

Donald Trump has been vacillating between declaring himself the yuge winner of the debate and whining that he lost because both the moderator and the microphone were against him. Directly following the debate, some non-scientific online polls were flooded with Pro-Trump voters that suspiciously started showing him winning, while almost every scientific poll, pundit and viewer declared Hillary the winner by TKO.
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