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Gary Johnson Appears to Confuse North Korean Leader With Voldemort, Will Not Speak His Name 

Libertarian presidential candidate and former Governor of New Mexico Gary Johnson is currently polling at 24% in his home state of New Mexico, despite the fact that he doesn’t know a lot of facts about the world—fun or otherwise. Luckily for him, it is 2016, and we no longer care about those. Read more...
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