Vivia Chen
, @lawcareerist

The Night the First Woman President Wasn’t

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This is not the story I thought I would be telling.

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  • MarkJinLA

    What the heck kind of a story is this? A handful of lousy pictures and a couple of lines of introductory text -- it looks more like a twitter post.

  • Theresa

    I guess this is what happens when you count out the little guy. In little guy the American people who are sick of corrupt and above the law career politicians. Who use any means possible in their campaign and then call our their opponent for doing the same thing. Now let‘s see what Trump can do and at least give him a chance to walk the walk he talked about.

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