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Yes, it's amazing that someone as insensitive as Liz Trotta could be a big success in journalism (well--maybe it ISN'T). How can she say that Hillary is tone deaf in her speaking after Trotta's own performance? Many layers of irony here.<br><br>Wonkette, on the other hand, seems convinced that a new Hillary video has surfaced:<br><br>http://wonkette.com/393092/more-shocking-video-hillary-gives-her-instructions<br><br>
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