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Perspective; SOUNDS A LOT LIKE HUSSEIN.

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Submitted by Mark (United States), Oct 17, 2016 at 14:52

"He will disdain precedent and customs while challenging laws and authority. He will treat senators, justices, generals, and governors as personal staff who must fulfill his wishes – or else. He will challenge the separation of powers as never before." -- SOUNDS A LOT LIKE HUSSEIN.

"locker room sex tape had great importance," Any worse than previous presidents, including lbj, jfk, and bill?

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