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"What have you got to lose?"

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Submitted by Brutus Balan, Oct 22, 2016 at 02:09

As Trump said, "What have you got to lose?" It can't get any worse with Trump and he is a breath of fresh air, a non politician but a businessman.

"Will Trump do better? Even with the speculation that he might not be what everyone would hope or could do worse, at least there's a better chance he might not when compared to what the likes of Benghazi thinking has already done."

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