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Musicians Unite on 30 Days, 30 Songs to Stop Trump's Presidential Chances

by Dave Segal In "Million Dollar Loan," Death Cab for Cutie tunefully castigate Drumpf, who "counter sues from any corner he's backed into." Josh Bis Popular author Dave Eggers has united with dozens of musicians for a musical project whose goal is to prevent racist, sexist, xenophobic, ignorant chronic sniffer Donald Trump from winning more electoral votes than Hillary Clinton.
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