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Donald Trump's Right Wing Fever Swamp Debate Performance

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump took his anger out over the release of a 2005 sex tape on Hillary Clinton during the second Presidential debate last night and it was everything the right wing fever swamp-dwellers could have hoped for. He began his bizarre day by hosting a pre-debate press conference with four women who have accused former president Bill Clinton of sexual assault and sexual advances.
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