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Carmela Soprano and Hillary Clinton

The Run-up podcast hit a home run today. They approached the campaign as if it were a TV series and get this -- it works. Trump is a bit Archie Bunker and Richard Hatch, the first winner on the reality show Survivor. He's an anti-hero like Tony Soprano or Walter White. He's weak and flawed and evil, but somehow some people identify with him. I wonder if anyone has done a poll and seen if the deciding factor in supporting Trump is whether or not you watched him on The Apprentice.
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