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'Armrest Truther' Katrina Pierson Launches The Most Bizarre Conspiracy Theory Ever

I'm never complaining about sports TV talk shows again. — Jason Gay (@jasongay) October 13, 2016 Here come the armrest truthers. On Wednesday, Donald Trump spokeswoman Katrina Pierson fired off an unusual defense of the candidate, who was accused in The New York Times of raising the armrest of a first-class seat in order to grope a female passenger next to him more than 30 years ago.
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