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After Clinton, there is no moral standard to uphold.

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Submitted by Michael S, Oct 26, 2016 at 15:04

Hi, Prashant

After US President Bill Clinton having regular sex with his intern in the Oval Office, there is no longer any real moral standard to uphold for Presidential candidates. I dare say, Mr. Trump would not stoop so low as the Clintons already have. It's a moot point, though, I think, because Hillary and her special interests seem to have already clinched this election.

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