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I Don't Usually Get Political Here, But...

This post is mainly going to be for my fellow US citizens, although what I'm going to write about should concern all of you readers, no matter what country you live in.As I'm sure you all know, next month the United States will be voting for their next president. The main choices are Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump, with a small handful of independent candidates. Honestly, I think we can all agree that Clinton or Trump will be elected, as none of the independents are viable candidates at all (as in, there's no way they can get enough votes to be elected).
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