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Advertisers look to commiserate with disenchanted voters — and mock Donald Trump

At some point in the coming weeks, one American will travel to a foreign country of his or her choosing with the ostensible mission of scouting out a future home — all on Esurance's dime. The insurer is hoping its somewhat tongue-in-cheek sweepstakes will resonate with a country forced to choose between two historically unfavorable aspiring heads of state in a contest marked with unprecedented hostility.
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