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Jumping Jacinta    396

Actually, look at the hair. It looks like Dear Leader running head long into the American voters come November.  😋

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11 minutes ago, Jumping Jacinta said:

Actually, look at the hair. It looks like Dear Leader running head long into the American voters come November.  😋

And getting smeared across the windshield.

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