Anderson Cooper Interview



GLENN: Anderson Cooper who is your congenial host for the Republican debates tonight.

COOPER: How are you doing?

GLENN: Good, Anderson, how are you?

COOPER: You are not going to watch?

GLENN: Me, I'm going to be watching, sure.

COOPER: Uh-huh.

GLENN: Yes, I'm going to watch. I've been watching the highlights quite honestly. I can't take it anymore. You know?

COOPER: I know. You are still upset over Marie Osmond being rejected from Dancing With the Stars.

GLENN: Don't even start with me. You want to talk about a conspiracy, there it is. How did she lose that? Here's the problem.

I watch these debates and they all have, like, 30 seconds and so I get the same, "Okay, yeah, yeah, I got it, I got it."

COOPER: Well, tonight they get 90 seconds. So there you go.

GLENN: Why? We dropped some people?

COOPER: Well, no, not yet.

GLENN: We did drop Brownback.

COOPER: That is true. And Alan Keyes is not going to be here tonight.

GLENN: Have you ever thought of saying, like for instance, I heard one with Ron Paul where he said, well, I think we should abolish the FBI. Bing, times up. You know what, we might want to spend a little more time on that one.

COOPER: Yeah, perhaps. But, you know, you've got to move these things along.

GLENN: You are the guy who picked all of the questions tonight, right? From the --

COOPER: Well, me and a couple of other mucky mucks but, yeah. We've got like 5,000 questions. The Democrats have 3,000. Got 5,000 this time. So we had a lot to choose from.

GLENN: Well, what does that mean?

COOPER: That just means we had a lot to choose from. We had a lot of good questions.

GLENN: Why do you think that there were 5,000 this time and only 3,000 last time?

COOPER: Because I think people saw the process. I think the first time it was kind of an unknown but I think once people saw how it worked, saw that people actually are -- you know, some of the questions get asked and I think people decided they wanted to have the opportunity to do it.

GLENN: How do you know, when you're picking the questions, did you ever see a good question and you're like, yeah, but I think that guy is -- you know, I think that guy is an operative or this is --

COOPER: Oh, absolutely. I mean, a lot of the questions clearly are, you know, from groups with an agenda which is -- you know, which is fine. I mean, they have the right to ask questions, too. But, you know, you do want to try to have it be people who are asking questions really from the heart and that are questions of real concern to them.

So you try to sort of whittle out the mass organized question, you know, campaigns.

GLENN: How do you do that? First of all I think you got 5,000 for the Republicans because I think you've got a lot of people who are these mass groups and conservatives, you know, they're just, they're working all the time. They are not making videos. You know what I'm saying? We're busy getting rich.

COOPER: But actually I think most of our questions come from Republicans. I mean, it's not -- this is not a bunch of Democrats like lobbying, you know, as the Republicans. I think if the debate became that, it would eventually kind of be unfair. What we want is a serious debate for, you know, a Republican audience with legitimate questions.

GLENN: Yeah. You know what it is? It is, the secret, I think, is honest questions.

COOPER: Right.

GLENN: As long as somebody is really, truly seeking an answer and doesn't care what the truth necessarily is, it doesn't have to be their truth. They just want the truth, then no question is out of line.

COOPER: I totally agree. And I mean, that's what we're looking for.

You are looking for honesty and just people who are living -- you know, the topics are of real concern to their lives, not some theoretical concern, you know, that they've just read about or trying to ask the most intelligent question. It doesn't matter. What matters is something that's genuine.

GLENN: Let me ask you this before I go into the candidates themselves. You know that evil hate monger Tim Russert that is just always so unfair, do claims like that -- because I think Tim Russert is one of the fairest guys out there. He pisses me off and makes me cheer in the same line of questioning, which shows me that he's asking the tough questions for both sides. When you hear somebody take somebody on like Russert, who is clearly one of the fairest interviewers out there, does it ever give you pause and say, how do I rephrase this, or how do I ask this question? Do you play that game or do you just go for it?

COOPER: No, I think if you start down that road, you're never going to be stopped and influenced by criticism and you are always going to get criticized. I mean, to me these debates are not about me and they are not about the moderator. They are about, you know, the candidates. In this particular thing they are about the people asking the questions and so, you know, I think when the story becomes, well, the moderator did this and this and this, I think that's -- you know, politicians are going to use that all the time if they are not happy with the way they did in the debate. They will attack the moderator or whatever. You know, I think that's just part of the territory.

GLENN: Do you think Huckabee, the surge is -- does he have a chance of being the nominee? You are probably not going to be able to answer these questions, are you?

COOPER: You know what, I don't know. I don't believe anybody knows anything about politics. Like everybody claims to be an expert. I find always gets it wrong anyway. So I don't think anyone really knows. Anything is possible. But I do think it's going to be hard beyond Iowa for him. I mean, my understanding is his support in New Hampshire is not, you know, is not as strong as it is in Iowa. It's a different kind of voter there, more dependence to vote in New Hampshire. So, you know, what the experts have told me that, you know, he will have a harder time, even if he does it truly well in Iowa carrying through, they're not sure to follow on.

GLENN: I have to tell you, I like Huckabee. I think he is an honest guy. I only spent an hour with him and he speaks from the heart. He doesn't seem to be processed. With that being said, you know, a lot of people that are supporting him are also people who say, you know, dead wrong on illegal immigration. I mean, he is, in many ways he goes down the John McCain. Are you going to ask him at all about illegal immigration?

COOPER: Illegal immigration will certainly be a big topic tonight and we have a bunch of questions on it. We got a lot of questions from the interviewers on it. So, yeah, that's definitely going to be a major topic tonight probably right off the bat but I'm not sure how we'll start yet. But it's definitely going to be a major topic. But you are right about Huckabee being on the campaign trail. It's interesting. All the people from the different campaigns I talk to, when I just talk to them off the record about what candidates are they really impressed by on the campaign trail, every one of them names Huckabee just saying he comes off very genuine.

GLENN: He is.

COOPER: And he's just a very good campaigner.

GLENN: You've got to hear that on the other side. I bet that's what people say about Barack Obama? No?

COOPER: Yeah, yeah, absolutely. I mean, I don't know that -- most people say he doesn't necessarily translate as well on the campaign trail. I mean, he does well in front of a crowd, not necessarily in debates people say, but there is that same genuineness and intelligent, you know, sort of clear intelligence that people talk about when they talk about Barack Obama.

GLENN: Anderson, so many people will say, oh, the Republicans are not happy with their choices and there are so few choices out there. I have to tell you, if you look at both sides, you have Hillary and Bill Clinton. I mean, you know, they can separate themselves as much as they want and then come together as much as they want, you know, as politically expedient but, you know, if that's what you're looking for, boy, you have a dynamic duo there. John Edwards is, I mean, John Edwards. If you ever need somebody to channel dead children, he's the guy to get. But then you have Barack Obama who is absolutely unbelievable. I don't agree with his policies, but he's a good candidate. On the other side Rudy Giuliani, same kind of thing. Mitt Romney, same thing. Huckabee, same thing. You are looking for border solutions, you've got Duncan Hunter or Tancredo. You've got people with actual solutions this time. I don't recall a time that we've had this many choices.

COOPER: I totally agree. I mean, on both sides of the aisle you have smart, smart people from all different spectrums and also, you know, I make fun of the debates as much as anybody and certainly as much as you do but you also this time around cannot say that you don't know where the candidates stand or you haven't had the opportunity to hear where the candidates stand. We've had, I don't know, I think this is like --

GLENN: Five?

COOPER: I think this is actually the 945th debate we had but there's certainly -- you know, we've had example opportunity to hear from these candidates.

GLENN: Yeah, I think I still could disagree with you. I still don't know where Hillary Clinton stands on things. I still --

COOPER: Well, that's a whole other issue, which -- you know.

GLENN: I mean, Bill Clinton, the guy who, along with Al Gore, the Nobel Peace Prize winner, they're the administration that said regime change, we've got to, you know, take care of Saddam Hussein, yada, yada, yada. For it, then against it. I mean, he came out yesterday in a speech and said, "I was never for that Iraq thing." How do these people do it with a straight face? Do you ever get to the point where you are talking to these politicians and you go to yourself, "Good God, I can't believe he's expecting me to believe this"?

COOPER: Yeah, I try not to talk to them as much as possible but, yes.

You know, I think after a while, though, they believe it. Like they start to believe what they say, which is an interesting skill. I mean, I think after a certain point they just decide, you know what, what I say is actually what happened and --

GLENN: That's an interesting skill. That's called delusions (laughing.).

Do me a favor, will you?


GLENN: Ask -- I've heard, you know, I read in the paper yesterday that Rudy Giuliani and Huckabee are kind of teaming up. Have you heard that? Did you read this? I feel like Jay Leno here.

COOPER: Against Romney?

GLENN: No, that they are teaming up, that they are already putting the alliance together of President/Vice President, that they are intentionally not targeting each other and they are singing each other's praises.

GLENN: That's interesting. There are those saying Huckabee's running for Vice President, that, you know, he doesn't feel he can really win.

Again that's sort of, you know, just political so-called pundits talking. But that's -- you know, it's very possible, I suppose. I mean, there's another line at thought which is that there's a danger in attacking Huckabee directly, that you're going to just piss off -- excuse me, you're going to upset --

GLENN: It's not CNN. You can say it here.

COOPER: Oh, can I?


COOPER: You're going to upset his core constituents who are a group you don't want to upset and they are not going to necessarily come over to the side of a Rudy Giuliani; they're just going to leave.

They are just going to leave the table altogether. And so, you know, as Huckabee is rising, you don't see people coming after him in the same way that you might other candidates.

GLENN: Yeah, I'll bet you that Huckabee is going to be the Vice President, I mean at least the vice presidential candidate no matter who's picked at the top. I mean, if it's Romney or Giuliani, I bet you they both try to court him just because of -- I mean, it makes such political sense. And he's a genuine guy that you generally feel comfortable that, you know, there's nobody, you know, stealing the silverware or shooting people in the middle of the night. You know what I'm saying? One of those things is not happening. Yeah, yeah.

So Anderson, it's always a delight. May I ask you a -- ask you a question on the last time I appeared on your show. Now, you've got to be careful. Do you want me to ask you the question or not?

COOPER: Yeah, sure.

GLENN: All right. Oh, by the way, I had another idea.


GLENN: I think Dr. Sanjay Gupta should show up tonight with an actual elephant. I'm just -- it could be a good promo for the whole, you know, Planet in Peril thing. I'm just saying.

COOPER: You're right.

GLENN: Here's what I'd like to know. The last --

COOPER: I think Barack Obama used the term Planet in Peril speech.

GLENN: Is he going to pay royalties? You should copyright there.

COOPER: I think so. As soon as he heard that, I heard kaching. So --

GLENN: That's great. I was on your program last week.

COOPER: Correct.

GLENN: And you were very, very gracious and you actually read my book, which shocked me.


GLENN: And you said -- and it was a very, I thought genuine moment where you said, people paint you as such an extremist and divider.

And he said, I don't -- or you said, I don't understand that because it seems common sense to me. How much heat did you get from any liberal friends that might live next door or -- because they love to hate me.

COOPER: Do they? I didn't hear anything. No one said anything to me. In fact, people who I know saw the interview liked it. So, you know, I don't know. I mean, truly a lot of people, I guess, attack you but I'm not sure who they are because I don't hang out with them.

GLENN: You don't hang out with anybody except stewardesses. You're on a plane all the time. All right. Great to talk to you, Anderson.

Tonight it's on at what time?

COOPER: Starts at 8:00.

GLENN: Of course that's when I'm going to be there, 8:00.

COOPER: I know you will.

GLENN: 8:00. Thanks, Anderson.

COOPER: Bye-bye.


President Trump has given us great judges on the lower court, 3 judges far superior than Roberts and other bogus constitutionalists as SCOTUS and one just may turn out to be another Clarence Thomas. He kicked the ass of ISIS and came home.

He got us out of the disastrous Iran deal, killed their head of terror, boxed them in and is currently collapsing their economy while also brokering a Mid East peace deal that everyone said could never happen. He moved our embassy to Jerusalem despite the state department, something no president has done even though they all promised.

Yes, he met with the North Korean Dictator. I hated that, but I also hated the fact that no other president did anything and North Korea kept gaining power. He has gotten Europe to pay their share of NATO, brought the Arabs and the Jews together, while smashing the choke hold of the PLO, and stood up to the Chinese instead of selling them supercomputers (Clinton), accepting lead poison in dog food (Bush), or loving the CCP and taking millions in dirty money (Obama/Biden).

He also has defended religious liberty unlike any other president at least in the last 100 years, and is a true pro-life advocate that unlike most republicans backs it up with action instead of just talk.

President Trump has also opened doors that the GOP was too wussy to even try to open with Hispanics and Blacks. He again didn't pander. He instead cleared the dead wood and opened pathways up so they could get higher education, create jobs, and not get lost in the prison system.

He also has defended religious liberty... and is a true pro-life advocate.

President Trump also took on an economy that had been beaten down, a people who had been told "you didn't build that" and, in fact, Obama and Biden claimed that the economy was "as good as it would ever get," that we would never create jobs in sectors ever again.

President Trump gave us the lowest unemployment rate since 1969 (the year I celebrated my 5th birthday,) the lowest unemployment for Hispanics & Blacks ever, and the first real growth in pay that I can remember.

President Trump then responded to the largest pandemic in 100 years by doing a couple of things I have never seen a president do:

  1. America's biggest capitalist shuts down the entire economy and knowingly puts his re-election at risk in order to save people.
  2. Closes travel with China and Europe, only to be called “racist," "xenophobic" and accused of stirring hatred. Now everyone says they were for it, but he stood alone and took the heat.

When everyone bashed him because they thought he would seize control and become an authoritarian by telling states what to do, or taking control of companies and telling them what to produce, he simply asked the free market to step to the plate, because he trusts the people of this country to do the right thing. By not taking control, he was called a dictator and a Nazi. Meanwhile he has been blamed for the blood bath created by Gov. Cuomo's nursing home policies. They said 2 million would die, best case scenario 200,000 — if we did everything right. Gee, seems that we are now in the time period they told us would be phase two, it seems as though we seem to have hit that "best case scenario" at this point.

While all of this has gone on, President Trump has fought the lies that were started by Hillary Clinton's team to smear him as a Russian operative. It was enabled by the Obama White House and included the DOJ, CIA, Dept of State, FBI, and DNI. Did I leave anyone out? Oh, yeah we are now getting evidence that members of the Pentagon may have been involved as well. Not to mention the so-called "press" and Congress who did things that would embarrass not only "Frank Underwood" but also Kevin Spacey. He has single handedly exposed the press for who they are and have always been. Because of his tweets, personal style and frankly balls of steel, he has exposed those who truly are: "Enemies of the people." I hated that when he first said it, but it is true. Any person or group that knowingly lies to destroy our president, our Constitution and the free market, are not just enemies of the people, they are enemies of the freedom of all mankind.

As someone who didn't support President Trump at first (and that is putting it mildly) I remain honest enough to judge him on his entire record. He is perhaps the only man in America that can and has stood entirely alone, surrounded by enemies, surrounded by those who took an oath to protect and defend the Constitution, who are now actively engaged in destroying it and any elected president who stands in their way.

Personally, I have grown sick and tired of spineless, do nothing, old, corrupt GOP politicians who are either part of the problem or too frightened to stand alone and speak up. The vast majority are all "Sunshine Patriots." History will condemn those who did nothing but complain and whine, while others not only rang the bell, but stood and took the hits, who risked it all and lost money, reputation and perhaps, God forbid, some who gave the ultimate sacrifice to fight the evil that rages so clearly against the light.

100 years from now history will judge all of us. So will our children's children. Most will be forgotten. Those who failed to show up on the battlefield or cower in the trees, will be remembered with shame and disdain. Others like President Trump, I believe will be seen as indispensable.

DECODING the Democrats' EXTENSIVE ties to 'Big Tech'

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The Democrats' ties to "Big Tech" and the entertainment industry have placed them in the perfect position to influence both public policy and our nation's culture. It's impossible to unweave the entire web of Democrat operatives and sleeper cells, but here are a few of the current ties between the Dems and an industry that arguably has more influence on our day-to-day lives than any other.

Twitter Executives

Jack Dorsey, CEO

Omid Kordestani, Director, Executive Chairman

Ned Segal, CFO

Evan Williams, Former Twitter CEO, Current Board Member

Bridget Coyne, Public Policy Director

  • In charge of government/election partnerships with leading global government and political publishers including content strategy for Twitter
  • Intern and Press Secretary for multiple Democrat politicians, plus Rachel Maddow Show

Nicholas Pacilio, Senior Communications Manager, former Communications Manager

Carlos Monje, former Director of Public Policy

Brandon Borrman, VP Global Communications


Mark Zuckerberg, CEO

Sheryl Sandberg, Chief Operating Officer

Andy Stone, Policy Communications Director

Anna Makanju, Global Policy Manager

Brian Rice, Director of Public Policy

Probir Mehta, Global Public Policy

Jessica Hertz, Former Director and Associate General Counsel

    When I first talked about all the problems with mail-in voting two months ago, I said the last thing we want to see is voting rules getting changed so close to an election. Yet, that is exactly what is happening right now across the nation.

    And in almost every case, Democrats are fighting to get rid of simple, common sense safeguards like requiring a witness signature, or requiring that a voter's signature on a mail-in ballot matches their signature on file. It's really an insane effort to change the rules in the middle of the game. And the effort is still going strong even though we're less than three weeks from Election Day.

    Remember how mail-in voting is supposed to save the Republic? If that doesn't sit well with you or make sense to you, you are not alone. Start the video below at the 2:04 mark and see what reassurances Abrams shares.

    "We must adapt to how we conduct our elections?!" That's practically been the Democrats' motto for 2020. Don't like the results you get from regular old-fashioned elections? Let's just create some new "norms" for voting. I mean it's been on their to-do list forever anyway and COVID is the perfect opportunity to finally get it done.

    So, how is that "adapting to new norms" thing going? Well, I'm glad I asked. Because it's the perfect time to welcome you to the inaugural Chaoscar Awards, recognizing achievements in mail-in voting chaos.

    For example, the "Every Vote Matters" Chaoscar award goes to Luzerne County, Pennsylvania where the FBI found nine discarded military ballots in a dumpster.

    The Letter from U.S. Attorney David Freed to the Luzerne County Bureau of Elections says:

    The FBI has recovered a number of documents relating to military ballots that had been improperly opened by your elections staff, and had the ballots removed and discarded…

    The FBI also found additional absentee ballot envelopes that were empty, so who knows where those ballots went.

    But wait, Stacey Abrams told us mail-in voting is safe and secure! Secure? Well, maybe not if you're in the military and sending your ballot to Luzerne County, Pennsylvania.

    The "It Takes Two to Tango" Chaoscar goes to Fairfax County, Virginia for mailing duplicate absentee ballots to 1,400 voters.

    But don't worry, election officials have it all under control. They say only one of the ballots will be counted — unless you're a Democrat. Okay, they didn't really say that, but they were probably thinking it. Officials blamed a printer problem and said people should destroy their duplicate ballot. Or, they could just send it to our next Chaoscar winner — Texas mayoral candidate Zul Mohamed.

    He was arrested last week on voter fraud charges after applying for 84 absentee ballots and having them sent to a P.O. box that allegedly belongs to a nursing home.

    Nice try.

    Next, the "You've Got No Mail" Chaoscar goes to Outagamie County, Wisconsin. Three trays of mail, which included multiple absentee ballots, were discovered in a ditch along a state highway.

    Does no one bury anything anymore? If you want to get rid of ballots, why are you using dumpsters and ditches?

    New York City wins the "G.I. Schmo" Chaoscar for sending voters mail-in ballots marked for military use.

    That's right, New Yorkers who have never served in the military have received the ballot, which says "Official Military Absentee Ballot."

    Maybe there was supposed to be a slash between the words "military" and "absentee," but voters are obviously confused and concerned about whether they're supposed to go ahead and use the ballot even though they're not in the military.

    Over 520,000 ballots have already been sent out and the New York Elections Board does not know how many of those have the error.

    The 'Every Vote Matters' Chaoscar goes to...

    We hop over to New Jersey for our next award — the "Dumpster Diver" Chaoscar goes to a mailman who has been arrested for allegedly tossing 1,875 of pieces of mail — including 99 election ballots — into a dumpster.

    What was that Stacey Abrams? I forgot...

    Next, New York City wins its second Chaoscar of the night — it's the "You Had One Job" award for sending out 140,000 absentee ballots to Brooklyn voters with the wrong names and addresses.

    These voters are supposed to complete their ballot and put it inside the official absentee ballot envelope, then sign the outside of the envelope and send it in. But these return envelopes have the wrong name and address, so voters cannot sign them unless they want their ballot to be voided.

    Many voters do not even have the right name on the ballot itself.

    And this is great — the New York Board of Elections says a "printing error" is responsible for the bad ballots. Wow — really, a printing error? Gee, how did they ever solve that mystery?

    One report on this said:

    It was unclear exactly how the city planned to handle voters who had already mailed their completed ballot back in the provided envelopes.

    That is a huge red flag, because it's exactly the kind of issue that will help fuel chaos and endless litigation all over America after Election Day.

    Next, the "I See Dead People Voting" Chaoscar goes to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for its new temporary rules allowing dead people's votes to count.

    Before this year, Massachusetts allowed early voting to start ten days before the election. If you voted early and died before Election Day, sorry, your vote would not count.

    But Massachusetts changed the rules this year because of the pandemic. Now early voting starts 30 days before Election Day. And if you cast your vote during this early window, and then kick the bucket before November 3, you can rest in total peace knowing your vote will still count!

    America — land of opportunity, even after you're dead.

    Our final Chaoscar of the night is the "It's So Crazy It Just Might Work" special achievement award, which goes to Houston, Texas. This is for an alleged ballot harvesting and voter fraud operation that — if the allegations prove to be true — dwarfs any election-related fraud we've seen anywhere so far this year.

    Two private investigators — one a former FBI agent, the other a former Houston police captain — filed sworn affidavits with the Texas Supreme Court as part of a class-action lawsuit against Harris County.

    This is a copy of the lawsuit and I want to quote directly from it, so you understand what the specific allegations are:

    Licensed Private Investigators... have been investigating ballot harvesting in Harris County for many months...
    The organization and operation of the illegal harvesting program is being used to commit fraud in the November 3, 2020 election...

    According to the investigators, witnesses have identified Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis... and Texas State Senator Borris Miles as leading the organization tasked with harvesting ballots. The investigators further state that witnesses have identified Houston businessman Gerald Womack and political consultant Dallas Jones as lieutenants working directly under Commissioner Ellis and Senator Miles.

    By the way, in September, Dallas Jones was hired by the Joe Biden campaign to be its Texas Political Director.

    This is a copy of the affidavit from one of the private investigators, Mark Aguirre. He says:

    I have in my possession video-taped interviews of witnesses attesting to the aforementioned people having groups of people completing thousands of absentee and mail-in ballots, including completing ballots for deceased individuals; illegally going into nursing homes, with the complicity of the nursing home staff, and filling out and forging the signatures of nursing home residents; signing up homeless individuals to vote using the ballot harvester's address then completing the ballot and forging the homeless individual's signature.

    And this is from the affidavit of the second private investigator. He says:

    [One] witness stated to me that an employee of Commissioner Ellis, Tyler James, has bragged that he could guarantee that the illegal ballot harvesting operation, with the help of mass mail-in ballots, could harvest 700,000 illegal ballots.

    Democrats successfully created chaos and now they're working overtime to change voting rules across the nation, taking advantage of friendly courts and judges to legislate from the bench. It's all about election insurance, tweaking the state voting systems to make Joe Biden's path to victory easier, including — in many states — rigging the ballot.

    While Big Tech, the Democrats and the media insist mail-in voting is safe and secure, it's already going off the rails in many states and uncovers the left-wing forces behind the massive litigation war being waged by Democrats to permanently change the way you vote.

    Democrats are freaked out about Amy Coney Barrett joining the Supreme Court. But don't let their fretting fool you, because as Glenn Beck reveals, the Left is doing just fine in the federal and state courts. In fact, the Left is thriving.

    Tonight at 9 p.m. ET, 8 p.m. CT, Glenn shows how Democrats successfully created chaos with their massive push for mail-in voting. Now they're working overtime to change voting rules across the nation, taking advantage of friendly courts and judges to legislate from the bench. It's all about election insurance, tweaking the state voting systems to make Joe Biden's path to victory easier – including, in many states, rigging the ballot.

    While Big Tech, Democrats, and the media insist mail-in voting is trustworthy and there's nothing to see here, Glenn exposes how mail-in voting is already going off the rails in many states and uncovers the left-wing forces behind the massive litigation war being waged by Democrats to permanently change the way you vote.

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