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What questions do YOU want asked at next debate? Submit and vote for your favorites!

When Hillary Clinton faces that puddle of shit that is Donald Trump at the next debate, something new will happen—the moderators will ask questions submitted and voted on online. Quite simply: “A BC and CNN have agreed to consider the 30 most popular queries when they jointly plan the debate.” This isn’t just pulling questions from Facebook or YouTube. This is regular people voting on their favorite questions, and doing the best to push the best to the top.
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