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    It seems like Hillary Clinton received the best present ever for her birthday this year - a batch of WikiLeaks revelations!

    From WikiLeaks With Love?

    On October 26, coinciding with Hillary's birthday, WikiLeaks released the 19th installment of emails of from the DNC Presidential hopeful's election campaign. It's unlikely that this is the end, and there will be even more spicy details about Hillary Clinton soon.

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