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A Great New Song From Aimee Mann Skewers Trump Beautifully: "Can't You Tell?"

YouTube "Can't You Tell?" by Aimee Mann "I wanted to write about Trump in the first person because I think it's more interesting to speculate on what people’s inner life might be. I had heard a theory that Trump’s interest in running for President was really kicked off at the 2011 White House Correspondent’s dinner when President Obama basically roasted him, so that’s where I started.
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