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Over 300,000 copies later, readers were apparently more than eager to listen to what the former presidential candidate had to say.
An artless and inauthentic memoir, written by the absence of Clinton.
Racially conscious children embrace and celebrate differences.
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The owner of a nearby business thanked Clinton for her patronage of Comet Ping Pong.
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Clinton’s thesis, reduced to its barest essence, seems to be that mistakes were made — by everyone but candidate Clinton.
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