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HillaryClinton.com's New 'BuzzFeed-Esque' Timeline Takes a Hammer to Trump's Past

On Oct. 19, when Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump meet for the third and final presidential debate, rest assured that Clinton will verbally direct the millions of viewers to "go to HillaryClinton.com." She's done it during the first two debates, after all. But next time, visitors to the site will be greeted by a timeline-style feature called Shuffle, which gives 35 examples of something Clinton did in given year versus something Trump did that same year.
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