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Konspiracy King should not be Prez even for a day

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Submitted by David Funke, Oct 17, 2016 at 17:27

I am a little surprised Mr. Pipes would find even a day of President Trump to be tolerable. I first gained respect for his work when I read his book, "Conspiracy," about the La Rouchies, Alex Jonestown kool aid drinkers, moon landing deniers, and others who fear the great Kissinger-CFR-International Banker-Trilateral-Queen of England plots. Now they have married Mr. Trump. Really, Clinton is the only choice to avoid such catastrophe.

David Funke
Adjunct Professor of Law

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