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Friday Talking Points -- Trump Backs Up Titanic, Hits Iceberg Again

Our subtitle today is not original, so we've got to start by giving credit where credit is due. David French, a writer for the ultraconservative National Review (and a man once so horrified by Donald Trump's candidacy that he considered running himself), had the funniest metaphor for Trump's performance in Monday's first presidential debate: After the first 20 minutes, it may have been the most lopsided debate I've ever seen -- and not because Clinton was particularly effective.
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