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How Hillary Clinton Finally Won Over Millennials

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Some supporters of Donald Trump have gone all-out this election cycle with home decorations in support of their candidate. The Republican presidential nominee's face is emblazoned on everything from a mock border wall to a giant Trump cut-out


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