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Published 3 years ago with 3 Comments
 

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  • Robin (edited 3 years ago)
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    I am genuinely interested in seeing Trump debate career politicians. I only wish that Jon Stewart was staying on the Daily Show long enough to cover the entire election, including the debates, because it seems like it will be full of material.

  • utesred
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    Trump has immediate name recognition. As other candidates become more well known, I would expect Trump's support to quickly fade. My extremely conservative parents and I were discussing Trump's phone number debacle. They have don't want to vote Trump, but couldn't name a single other Republican candidate. I think as the elections near, they will become much more interested. It's too far out now, for them to look into candidates, in their opinion.

  • NotWearingPants
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    There’s a way to clarify this mess immediately—an innovative technique that would determine who the true frontrunners are, and perhaps even save the GOP debates from becoming a chaotic circus or a ten-part infomercial.

    A chaotic circus or 10-part infomercial is exactly what the media wants. It draws eyeballs.

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