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The Ultimate Drinking Game: Clinton v. Trump Presidential Debate Bingo, Round 2

One debate down, two to go. The first head-to-head matchup between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump did not disappoint. Accusations were made, credentials were questioned and conspiracy theories were floated. Trump thought he won the debate, citing a bevy of online polls as proof. Newsweek gave the upper hand to Hillary. Of course, this was all before a certain video of a certain conversation between Trump and Access Hollywood host Billy Bush was leaked to the Washington Post.
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