Trump: My New President
A Look at the Lives of Trump Voters

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This video was just okay. I have voted since JFK and overall I cannot really see the difference in politics as to who the president is. I am also a Veteran of the USA, Each person's story was unique and does not necessarily represent their group. It is sad that the Black coach in Oakland ...Read more

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