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GOP Candidate’s Black Outreach: Kool-Aid, Watermelon and KFC 

As many of us politicos have come to know, the Grand Old Party is overflowing with stupid white men. In this campaign season, though, Donald J. Trump has been sucking up so much of the election coverage, the rest of those of that dumb-dumb-diddy demo have been overlooked. That’s why I am so grateful to […]
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