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President Clinton: Redux

On Jan. 20th, 2017, Hillary Clinton will take the oath of the office of President of the United States and it will be a breath of fresh air. Ironically, this election isn't about Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump. We are experiencing one of the greatest populist backlashes against the role of the politician in our history. Eight years of GOP anti-government talking points decrying anything F
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