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Typical liberal so terminally infected with Trump Derangement Syndrome that he is incapable of truly understanding what happened on election night 2016. The Trump supporters he talked to didn't phase him at all. The filmmaker's liberal bias is so ingrained in him, he had a clueless look on his face throughout the entire film. The most telling statement of the liberal state of mind came towards the beginning when Stern made the comment expressing his view that a non-politician has no business leading the country. I almost felt sorry for the guy.
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