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Bill Maher nails how Trump wins votes: 80 percent of the US thinks Ramadan are those cheap noodles

In, perhaps, one of Bill Maher’s most profound “New Rules” segments, he explained how Donald Trump managed to reach the point where he will likely win at least 20 states even after saying or doing some of the most irrational things from any candidate. “Last November when...
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