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Someone Needs to Fact Check the Debates, and That Someone Should Obviously Be Ron Howard

We've got one more debate before Election Day, and it's pretty unrealistic to think that event could be anything but a hate-watch. By this point, most of us don't even know why they're even still holding debates at all....
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