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#IntellectualTrump Is The Hilarious Oxymoron That Nearly Broke Twitter

No, you’re right, #IntellectualTrump doesn’t make sense. There is nothing intellectual about the lump of burned clay vomited onto a spinning pottery wheel that is running for president. But it’s fun to pretend. For this week’s HuffPost Comedy hashtag game, we ventured to the wonderful world of make-believe and asked Twitter to join us for #IntellectualTrump. ype=type=RelatedArticlesblockTitle=Related.
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