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Here are the racist code words Trump’s Twitter fans are now using to avoid getting banned

Twitter has been trying to clean up its reputation for being a hive of vicious, racist trolls — and now the trolls are fighting back by coming up with new ways to avoid getting banned. Per the Telegraph, Twitter user Alex Goldman has discovered that racist alt-right Trump fans have created...
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