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Unpresidentially Yours

Unpresidentially Yours

Unpresidentially Yours
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This game is a celebration of democracy... and the never-ending presidential election cycle. Candidates travel around the country talking to voters, the press, and babies. It's fraught with peril, because at any moment, a candidate could say the one thing that dooms his or her presidential hopes. Guess which electoral hopefuls uttered these unfortunate quotations.

Heard in David Cross: Increasingly Poor Decisions

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