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  1. Truman Chamberlin

    Apparently Trump is ahead of Clinton by 2% now…

  2. Truman Chamberlin

    What specific companies are leaving? Give examples of the “thousands of companies”.

  3. Alice

    Hey theo what do you think of Trump going after NAFTA like that? Think you need to give him your presentation

  4. Grace Darko

    The members of the upper class who own businesses get an immense amount of tax breaks as it is and the economy doesn’t seem to have gotten any better than it already has. Donald J. Trump says that adding more tax cuts on the upper class will help the economy as a whole.

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