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Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong Weighs In On That 'St Show' Of A Debate

Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong was just as horrified with the second presidential debate as the rest of us. Armstrong, who stopped by The Huffington Post on Monday to discuss his new movie, “Ordinary World,” alongside director Lee Kirk, said the town-hall style debate brought up a groundswell of emotions. “I feel sad. I feel angry. I feel sort of shameful and I feel like I need to take a shower,” he said.
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