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The Donald Trump Sessions: The Photographers’ Stories

It’s an unprecedented match-up of familiar faces. The major-party presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, have spent decades in the public eye as key figures of American culture. Their portraits have covered magazines, newspapers and websites. We asked some of the greatest portrait shooters who have photographed Donald Trump to scour their archives and…
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