Both candidates are stepping up their efforts to attract crucial 'no values voters' by abusing animals and murdering the elderly.
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White House Press Secretary Debra Browning reminds reporters that there were 26 other camps that the U.S. successfully closed on time.
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Panelists discuss the alarming trend of politicians who break their promises to the lobbyists who helped elect them.
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