Can you see the hypocrisy when it comes to politics?

Kolodziej, Elaine
September 2015
Wilson County News;9/23/2015, Vol. 42 Issue 38, p13A
The author reflects on the hypocrisy when it comes to politics in the U.S. and mentions topics including 2016 presidential candidate Donald Trump, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's ignorance relating to subpoenas from Congress, and ability of a Muslim to run for president in the country.


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