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Here is some stuff in the news today..."Poll: After Trump Tape Revelation, Clinton's Lead Up to Double Digits." This is very good news (and also TERRIBLE NEWS that so many people are still supporting Trump), but we still can't get complacent. There's a month to go. And the only way she wins is if we vote for her.That said, please know if you DO vote for Clinton you are voting for a demon from hell who smells like sulfur.
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