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Donald Trump Is Now Mocking Injured NFL Players — Says Concussions Are 'A Little Ding On The Head'!

After reports of more women accusing Donald Trump of sexually assaulting them over the years, his unstable campaign is coming off the rails. On Wednesday, the Republican nominee randomly made fun of the NFL's "softer" rules for players who get concussions, calling the brain injuries "a little ding on the head." The remarks came during a campaign [...]
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