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The Best (and Weirdest) Political Swag You Can Buy Online

Post by Beth Stebner. Is it just us, or is everyone else a little burnt out on the recent election coverage? In addition to the countless hours we've spent poring over nonstop coverage of the latest terrible thing Donald Trump has said, there's just this feeling of ennui, that checking our Facebook newsfeed or CNN means going even deeper down the political rabbit hole.  But with the election mere weeks away, it's impossible to ignore the battle for the White House (as well it should be).
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