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Parents Really Don't Want Their Kids Looking Up To Donald Trump

The most recent presidential debate started off with an age-old political appeal: Think of the children. “The last debate could have been rated as MA, mature audiences, per TV parental guidelines,” Patrice Brock, an undecided voter, said as she addressed Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. “Knowing that educators assign viewing the presidential debates as students’ homework, do you feel you’re modeling appropriate and positive behavior for today’s youth?” The answer, according to the nation’s parents? Not really.
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