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Submitted by Rab (United States), Jun 16, 2020 at 18:27

People are confronted with a real dilemma in November 2020. Do they vote for a guy who shoots from the hip in an unpredictable fashion, continually stirring the pot (DT)? Or someone who appears addled beyond stuttering (JB). Shades of the 2016 election, which boiled down for many as voting for the lesser of two evils. One wonders how many people would vote for ANY democratic candidate as a mostly emotional reaction to the President.

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