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Trump’s attorneys: he’s a liar

We’re shocked — shocked — to learn that the GOP presidential nominee’s lawyers say he’s less than honest! According to a deposition from Trump’s 1992 bankruptcy hearing, his lawyers said that they would always meet with the real estate mogul in pairs, so he couldn’t backtrack on them. “We tried to do it with Donald [...]
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