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Did the Liberal Media Glance over Howard Dean’s Trump-Must-Be-Using-Cocaine Attack?

Howard Dean, the outspoken former primary presidential candidate for the Democratic Party, suggested Donald Trump used cocaine due to his sniffing during the recent presidential debate. Really?! It didn’t get a lot of coverage on liberal websites and homepages, either.
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