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The 29 funniest tweets of 10/17/16: Julian Assange, "Rigged!" redux, Trump TV, Ryan Lochte and more.

Wikileaks' hacker-in-chief Julian Assange lost his Internet connection, Donald Trump continues to say "Rigged!" like a kid losing at Monopoly, and rumors abound that he's starting his own TV network. Plus, Ryan Lochte is dumb! Here are the 29 funniest tweets of October 17, 2016: 1. Messed up that Julian Assange got so mad at the Eagles losing he voluntarily extradited himself to US jail.
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