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George Will Calls Herman Cain ‘Entrepreneurial Charlatan’ Who Used Campaign ‘As A Book Tour’

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Now that Herman Cain is out of the Republican presidential race, we have officially kicked off the phase where everyone reflects on the ups and downs of his campaign. And on This Week today, George Will wasted no time in calling the ex-candidate “disrespectful” and a “charlatan” for using his candidacy to promote his book and not be a serious candidate bringing ideas to the table like everyone else.

Christiane Amanpour asked the panel if Rick Santorum had the best chance of getting more support in Iowa, particularly from Cain supporters. Will argued there was indeed room in the GOP race for a “dark horse” like Santorum who’s been heavily involved in policy over the past few years to rise in the polls, but he was more concerned with the American political primary system and how it’s been hijacked by “charlatans, entrepreneurs, and entrepreneurial charlatans.” Amanpour asked if Will was specifically referring to Cain. Will stated he was.

“Mr. Cain, who used this as a book tour, in a fundamentally disrespectful approach to the selection of presidents.”

RELATED: Herman Cain Exits Race With Admission That He Did Quote Pokémon That One Time

Will brought up another high-profile conservative celebrity, Donald Trump, and he clearly did not think highly of the Donald hosting a debate, saying it’s time for the candidates to “do something presidential, stand up and say, ‘we’re not going to be hijacked and participate in this.’” Arianna Huffington agreed, joking that Herman Cain might as well get his own reality show, given how much the rest of the presidential campaign has felt like one already.

Watch the video below, courtesy of ABC:

  • http://mediamatters.org/ Leedog

    I would have to agree with George… Herb seemed more interested in his book tour than actually getting the staff and resources to make a credible Presidential run!!

  • WiddleBabyDanielson

    Seen Pablo since the announcement?

  • http://www.facebook.com/aio.seven Aio Seven

    You know what they say about stopped clocks…..
    ZING….DING-DING-DING-DING…..George got that one right!

  • Mo Fokker

    Yes George, it was obvious to everyone with a brain. But the entire Republican field has serious baggage.

  • Anonymous

    The same can be said about everyone of these Republicant clowns.  Serious Conservatards’ heads must be about to explode.

  • Anonymous

    Newt’s another one of them.  He’s been selling his stupid books and dvd’s at every appearance he makes.

    BTW, Newt is the only candidate who has said he will take part in the Trump debate.  He’s sure after the crazy birther vote.  Jeezz…he oozes slime.

  • Anonymous

    I heard on the internets that his head exploded.  Very sad.

  • Anonymous

    I write a pome about fool who put Adrinaria on this show.

    You know she a fake, a hustler, a fraud
    She be about as charming as Maude
    should not be on TV, you made me sick
    I really think your ass need a kickin

  • Anonymous

    Here’s a “poem” (haiku) about you:

    What a waste of time
    Reading your stupid postings
    Drugs are bad, m’kay?

  • Anonymous

    George, before commenting on any of the candidates, you should inform everyone that your wife is working for Rick Perry.

  • Anonymous

    Well, it looks like one of the head wingnuts is finally waking up to the fact that all the GOP candidates besides Huntsman, are Gong Show rejects. Hopefully, the rest of the GOP will not figure it out before it is too late. 

  • Anonymous

    I wonder if the dark horse could possibly be Huntsman? I know the conservatives might feel weird with two Mormons out front but isn’t it possible that Huntsman could overtake Romney? Isn’t he more consistent on the issues? Ahh who knows maybe he just doesn’t have the money to compete and is to logical. But the way this primary is going anything could happen.

  • Carl Emmoth

    As a foreigner the republicans seems to be attacked by people who just wanna get some money. Money should be left out from politics.

  • Anonymous

    But Huffington said the Dems are “fooling themselves” if they think the unemployment dip is wonderful good news! She said the jobs people are getting are low paying jobs, not the kind of jobs that will keep people in the middle class!

    Ouch!

  • Henry Wood

    This is what happens when you spend 40 years pandering to low-information freaks, George.  Break out the violins.

  • Gloves R. Donahue

    You are correct, sir.

    Ariana fooled the Reps long ago, and then suckered the Dems.
    They just don’t get it.
    Now, that’s a conwoman.

  • Anonymous

    The conservative commentator, George Will, saying this is telling of the TEA-GOP-Republican electorate are still shopping the candidates, but not looking at the records, character or standards of each individual. Let’s face it, none brought anything new to the discussion but fully vented on president Obama. The  TEA-GOP-Republican candidates are all out to kill the reforms of the Sarbanes Oxley act of 2002 and the Frank Dodd Act. These two acts provide guidelines and restrictio­­ns put into place as a result the recession of 2007 and 2008! There were major corporate and accounting scandals like Enron, Adelphia, TYCO and Worldcom which cost investors billions. The Frank Dodd Act provided a sweeping overhaul of America’s financial regulatory system to consolidat­­e agencies, regulate financial markets, implement consumer protection­­, provide financial crisis tools for the FDIC and improving accounting processes and tightening credit rating regulations. There is also an effort to believe the Gulf Oil Spill didn’t happen.

  • Anonymous

    Can’t we get another liberal to talk about what a great candidate John Huntsman would be? Yeah, that’s the guy the liberals like.

    Why?

    Because of his positions such as:

    Repeal of Obamacare
    Repeal of Frank-Dodd
    Reducing the tax rates
    Increasing the exploration of oil in the US
    Reigning in the EPA

    Yeah- you know, the the things liberals really support!

  • Anonymous

    There’s no sane reason why the GOP shouldn’t give Huntsman a very serious look. He’s totally credible, his conservative bona fides are sterling, he’s consistent, he’s got little or no apparent baggage, he’s respectful and he doesn’t scare the pants off independents. There was a reason why Obama embraced this guy and made him ambassador, and part of that was political strategery, if you will. Unfortunately for the teapublicans, they’re too dense to see his value as a nominee.

  • http://mediamatters.org/ Leedog

    Good question!! I can only hope that someone is talking him out from jumping off a bridge!! Plus, I haven’t seen “Stonepark3″ lately… hopefully he has been banned!!  =)

  • Anonymous

    What a fool this “George Will” is.

  • Hugo Daun

    It is amusing how George Will (like carnal Cain’s cognitively-challenged fans) is just now figuring this out.

  • http://mediamatters.org/ Leedog

    Lol!! Democrats don’t like Huntsman because they necessarily agree with his policy positions… they like him because he has intelligence!! A very rare Republican trait!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mark-Williams/100000431800956 Mark Williams

    The Gloves Donahue Family has a long history of being conned.

    And being stupid. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mark-Williams/100000431800956 Mark Williams

    Why should he? He’s doing an opinion piece on a candidate who just left the campaign. They do the same stuff over at Fox so relax.  

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mark-Williams/100000431800956 Mark Williams

    Finding a smart Republican is like finding a mermaid riding a unicorn in a field of four leaf clover 

  • Scotty

    Aye, sir.
    I sent an article to this lassie’s internet paper.
    I even wrote it like I was crazed liberal. (You know, an average one).
    It was a good one, but she nae would pay me, or anybody.
    I kenna work for naught !

  • Mo Fokker

    Word has it you are the latest incarnation of NotsoFast/Stonepark/Bluebear etc.

  • Rex derWunderGott

    Each seems to drop off right after his – or her; or its – cartoon hero hits the skids. But this one, with the Cain Train being hauled off to Mothball Alley, this must really put Pablum on the Suicide Watch.

  • Anonymous

    No “filtering”, George Will, there is enough of it as it is that perfectly eligible candidates electable on their own merits end up enrolling in and framed under the banner of one of a choice between two parties.. and end up withering and ‘filtered’ out not being made up of the same DNA the party is made up from to begin with

    That and where these two political parties stand on the left-right spectrum never being consistent and defined by proclaimed guiding principles. Just tell me what do Barack Obama and Denis Kucinich or Ron Paul and Rick Santorum have in common

  • http://mediamatters.org/ Leedog

    Pablo will probably be back once he gets his medication for depression refilled!!  =)

  • http://mediamatters.org/ Leedog

    You are correct on that Sir!!

  • http://mediamatters.org/ Leedog

    Lol!! If you really are “Stonepark3″… you REALLY must hate me now!! Lol!! Woof!!

  • Anonymous

    And what about Norbit? 

  • Rex derWunderGott

    Hey, clever catchy avatar name, almost good enough to sustain a presidential run.

    Newt, as usual, has a pre-out on the La Donald froo-froo: he stated publicly, and has reiterated a number of times, that he will not turn down ANY chance to debate with ANY presidential candidate, no matter the party (We’ll find out if he’s lying on this, as some of the “never never on a Sunday a Monday a Tuesday a which ever day you Choose day” GOP declared contestants have said they’ve tried to get hold of Newt on this but he’s not got back to any of them “yet”; right – yet.), and he’s even issued challenges to leaders in the D party as well. Wire Newt, K Street, Washington D.C. Have Mouth Will Yak.); so he can say, According to my commitment, if even one other GOP contestant shows up, I am bound to be there, because I live up to my commitments, and when I say I’m going to do something I mean it. Shi’ite, even if no one else opts in, Newt will still be happy to do a 1 hour infomercial with Trump.

  • Rex derWunderGott

    Be nice now; TAK wrote a pome, so TAK at least deserves a peom back:

    Roses are red -
    Violets are blue -
    Your pome sucks -
    Really really hard.

    See now – was that so hard?

  • Anonymous

    Yeah, and he’ll have his DVD’s and books outside waiting for sale.  Evidently, he can’t do something “presidential” and turn down being part of a side show act like Trump.  Nope…gotta get that birther vote.

  • http://mediamatters.org/ Leedog

    I don’t know?? Is Norbit missing too? Though, I would say Norbit was just crazy and not evil like Stonepark3!!

  • Anonymous

    No staff in Iowa or New Hampshire, then he puts on a gala for supporters who are cheering him on, and he goes up there and says he quits.   funnier than hell people are so stupid to fall for the buffoon and his antics.

  • Anonymous

    Huntsman may be sane in comparison to the other candidates, but he hasn’t got a chance of getting elected. He is a Mormon, that will hurt him with the GOP Evangelical  base. He is on record supporting the Ryan bill to privatize SS and
    Medicare. That will cause him to lose  most of the senior vote along with Florida and all it’s electoral votes.His tax plan is as crazy as any other Republican’s. It calls for new taxes on veterans and seniors to pay for tax cuts for the wealthy. link to his tax plan:
    http://thinkprogress.org/economy/2011/08/31/309249/huntsman-taxes-rich/

  • http://mediamatters.org/ Leedog

    He did on today’s show!!

  • Anonymous

    The teabaggers are also suckers, these “conservative” demagogues are all charlatans just taking their turns walking to the bank.

  • huffnnoccupyn

    You should know by now that making more money is the only interest with which any Republican could possibly conflict.

  • Rex derWunderGott

    That’s been true for almost a decade now. What the younger Bush administration ended up being in economic terms was a pretty-much never ending series of mini-hits to the economy, and every time that happens and effects a reaction, first jobs are lost then there’s some stagnation then third in advance of real adjustment and recovery, the first green shoots are pretty much the same jobs that kept featuring the Bush administration: short term retail sales jobs to move excess inventory. 

    But moving excess inventory is what ALWAYS happens, whether the recovery turns out to be real and sustained or not. It’s only when excess inventory is used up and demand is still showing that one gets to the more sustained long term jobs.

    All that said, I really don’t think Arianna Huffington knows her ass from page 8 on the subject of economics, and she’s just taking this from something she’s read or been told by someone who DOES know what they’re talking about, like Jarod Bernstein or Peter Diamond. If you go check on those guys, or anyone else who understands recovery economics in repressed Norquist plus von Mises-type bull shit circumstances, you learn that an economy HAS to go through this stage to get to identifying real demand. So what she’s doing is something characteristically lazy, trying to look smart in any area she really doesn’t know at all. As I say, you have to check with the real pros to see that this recent UE number is somewhat more nuanced, and COULD have some meaning – but for the disaster looming on the horizon in Europe, which should hit these shores in Day 10 – 9 – 8 – 7 and counting.

  • Rex derWunderGott

    This is rare, but isn’t the first time that G-D and I agree on something.

  • Rex derWunderGott

    You get no argument on your points MW, but he’s right on the issue of A HuffnPuff.

  • Anonymous

    We Liberals don’t like Huntsman, most of us are saying he has the best chance to go against Obama and he seems sane until you do a little digging into his tax plan.As a Liberal I think he is your best shot, but he hasn’t got a chance because he is on record of supporting the Ryan plan to privatize  SS & Medicare. If I had my druthers, I’d rather Gingrich be your nominee.  He had 84 ethics charges filed against him during his tenure in Congress. Then he has all those other problems, I am sure more will surface soon.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mark-Williams/100000431800956 Mark Williams

    I disagree Rex but you’re a-o-k in my book!

  • Anonymous

    LOL Cain gained steam with the Republican party when he said Blacks were brainwashed.  He attacked Blacks and the President daily. He even sang for white people.  He was a modern day minstrel show.  His job was to attack other Blacks and entertain whites. How many of the MSM pushed back on Herman about his Black people bashing?  No one. Cain and the rest of the racist in the Republican party actually thought Cain would bring over some Black votes.  Not on your life, the only people who vote against their own self interests are whites. African American voters will never vote for a party that actively hates them, example voter suppression.
    George Willl and the rest of the MSM are complicit in the tragic rise and fall of Herman Cain.  They need to STFU

  • Anonymous

    Sounds like McCain thinking Palin would bring him the women vote.  How did that work for him?

  • Anonymous

    No he just changed his name.  But the posts are still the same.

  • Anonymous

    Exacly, who is doing the thinking for the Republicans, they are not the brightest bulbs. 
    Yes, is a con man.  He told the Repubs I can get u the Black vote and they followed him like lemmings. I am sure him and his wife and mistresses are laughing all the way to the Bank.  Repubs = Idiots

  • Anonymous

    that is the entire conservative M/O

    Palin, Newt, Cain, Trump…
    all of these clowns make millions on this scam…

  • Anonymous

    some are still sending money…

  • david r

    You guys get a room.

  • Anonymous

    Herbert Cain will be remembered as the kind of kook that has come to define the new mainstream of the modern day Republican Party.

  • david r

    You think he leapfrogs Palin?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mark-Ward/100000135233619 Mark Ward

    That’s like saying Barack Obama is using HIS trips (paid for by WE, THE TAXPAYER) for Fund Raising and Campaigning (oh, and Vacationing).

    Wait, that’s EXACTLY what Obama is doing!

  • Anonymous

    Precisely!  It is truly amazing how many right wingers are so completely clueless about the concept that it is possible to disagree with someone and still respect them.

  • Anonymous

    “George Will wasted no time in calling the ex-candidate “disrespectful” and a “charlatan” for using his candidacy to promote his book”

    Everyone knew this except Pablo who would be wise never to show his ignorance on this site again.

  • Anonymous

    I agree with George Will completely.  This GOP race needed a hugh filter because it’s turned into a side show. 

  • WiddleBabyDanielson

    david r, lawyer
    You guys get a room.

    3 hours ago in reply to Mark Williams

    Tee hee hee.

  • WiddleBabyDanielson

    friggin HILARIOUS

  • WiddleBabyDanielson

    And after SP only a few months ago.

    Well I guess it’s like that old saying in Tennessee — I know it’s in Texas, probably in
    Tennessee — that says, fool me once, shame on — shame on you. Fool me —
    you can’t get fooled again

  • WiddleBabyDanielson

    How dare that UPPITY man in the White House do like Presidents before him.

  • Anonymous

    WiddleBabyDanielson you don’t understand…Pablo IS Herman Cain.

    Or thinks he is – one of the two. They have the same hat that’s for sure.

  • http://MsUnderestimated.com MsUnderestimated

    I lost any and all respect I had for George Will with this one. I’ve known Herman for a long time, and if there is one thing I can say for sure, is his candidacy was for real. You don’t battle stage 4 cancer and survive, only to “play” people to sell a book. That is NOT the Herman I know. This is a very sad day for Americans everywhere.

  • Anonymous

    You Better Duck !!  After Reading Your Comment, The Lib/Progs Here Will Be Flinging Nonsensical Hate-Filled Sh*t At You !!

  • Anonymous

    At Least It’s Not Coming From Wall Street Like The Bystander-In-Chief !!

  • Anonymous

    You Must Be Easily Amused !!

  • Anonymous

    you are right–it is coming from welfare checks, disability checks and other goverenment hating free loaders living off of the government..
    wall street is for newt, mitt and the congress getting those insider trading tips..
    but of course–that is all ok right?
    losers~

  • shonangreg

    Huntsman, Santorum, and Paul are different than the rest.

  • shonangreg

    Cheers! You’re spot on. The anti-evolution bent of the Republican Party is eventually going to be their undoing. This Presidential field can certainly be said to be a sign of that happening now. Too many qualified, rational, resolute Conservatives know they don’t have a chance with the mob fueling the Republican Party.

    If you don’t evolve, you go extinct.

  • Anonymous

    The fact that so many conservative fatheads bought Cain’s fake and stupid candidacy speaks volumes about the pathetic stupidity and backwardness of the conservative base. At least half the fatheads with talk radio shows and most of their fans lined up behind that idiot for the reason that his ignorance and meanness appealed to them. The Conservative base is an open developmentally disabled center

  • Anonymous

    Maybe you can help break a stereotype that conservatives have around here of always switching the topic to Obama when one of their own catches heat?

  • Anonymous

    Cain polled WORSE among blacks than Palin. What a complete joke. But some conservative fathead will blame that on black racism.

  • Anonymous

    Sorry SFB, but the ones Flinging Nonsensical Hate-Filled Sh*t are barely literate irrational dweebs like you two, Thanks for posting your mindless nonsense. you two exposed yourself as completely foolish saps

  • Anonymous

    His candidacy was a joke and he is a fool. Cancer or not, he just plain sucked.No, it was a good day for sane rational Americans that your fake candidate finally dropped out. God, you are a complete sap.

  • Anonymous

    I wrote a poem about some barely literate bard who couldn’t even spell poem, but I forgot it already.

  • Anonymous

    Yes
    Palin is a genius in comparison to a jerkwad like he is

  • Anonymous

    So, if Obama gets all that money from Wall Street doesn’t that mean he is not the Marxist terrorist you fools have been ranting about?

  • Anonymous

    I agree completely with George Will and the woman from that show with Eddie Albert and the pig.

  • Anonymous

    Cain went off the tracks when he called blacks ‘brainwashed”..he never had a chance …9 out of 10 black people think of him just like Ann Coulter said as ‘ONE OF THEIR BLACKS”

  • Tan

    Can I ask politely if you read much of the so called ‘liberal’ media or actual liberal media? Because I do and I was aware of things about his campaign that didn’t add up to a serious bid from those sources. Conservative media glossed it over so if you tend to get your news from those places I can see why you were unaware. Mediaite is more balanced but not the type of site to critique his campaign just for the sake of it but rather critique the media for their coverage of it, so this site doesn’t really count as a news source in that particular sense if you understand.

    From what I read and heard, Cain had almost NO personnel or infrastructure in place in the neccessary arenas to truly mount a presidential bid. For instance, if a senator or even a newspaper wanted to get in touch with him they wouldn’t have a way and no one was available to help. Any candidate that’s serious has a PR team to take care of those inquiries. He also didn’t have proper teams in the important primary states. And also he spent significant periods of time in primary-unimportant states like Texas, etc due purely to the fact that he was promoting his book whilst running and appeared to deem book sale appearances as more important than being boots on ground in Iowa, New Hampshire etc. That’s the exact same proof that the smart media used to be aware that Palin wasn’t planning on entering the race. She might have fooled her supporters but those in the know knew she had no boots on the ground in the right places and hadn’t drastically extended her staff. It’s just a fact of the campaign that these things are necessary. Cain didn’t want to waste money on something he knew he wouldn’t really need in the end, because he knew he didn’t have a shot. I’d say he was shell shocked to have done so well as he did in the end!

  • Anonymous

    I hope somebody checked the crisis (suicide) centers.

  • Anonymous

    A very happy day for women everywhere. 

  • Anonymous

    Sure you can. People having trying moments and look good and then they can have greedy moments and look childish in the same day.

    The only thing sad here is that some people actually took this guy seriously despite his proud arrogant ignorance.

  • Anonymous

    You forgot to mention the GOP is attempting to cut veterans’ health care because they say veterans are already familiar with a sense of “sacrifice”.

    How about cutting health care for Congress instead? They’re allowed to do insider trading and they come home much richer.

  • Anonymous

    They don’t even know what ‘evolution’ means: adaptation to change.

  • Anonymous

    He doesn’t seem to be as bad as Bush who took more paid vacation than any other president in history.

  • expatpatriot

    Instead of WE, THE TAXPAYER, don’t you mean US, THE TERMINALLY MORONIC?

    Do I really have to point out the critical difference (among many) between Herman “Buy My Book” Cain and Barack “Mr. President” Obama?

  • expatpatriot

    I was hoping he’d break the stereotype of righty Mediaite posters as excapees from homes for the feeble-minded.

    That’s a lie. I hoped for no such thing.

  • expatpatriot

    Neck and neck, in my opinion.

  • expatpatriot

    Where’s the BIRF CERTIFICATE??!!!

  • expatpatriot

    I’d say that *all* Huntsman has going for him is that he appears sane, which really distinguishes him from the rest of the field.

    Unless you find the following compelling:

    “Not as crazy as Bachmann, not as dumb as Perry, not as phony as Romney, not as sanctimonious as Santorum, not as far out as Paul, not as sleazy as Gingrich, and not as out of his depth as Cain (was).”

    I didn’t think so.

  • Anonymous

    Please Link To Any Post Where The Jester Called Obama A Marxist !!

    Standing By !!

  • Anonymous

    Yet You Responded !!
    Your Time Would Be Better Spent Reading A Grammar & Punctuation Book !!

  • Anonymous

    Your first “point” is an unproven lie…which makes you a…
    Your second “point” should read – Wall Street is for Obama, Newt, Mitt, and congress…in the order of who received the most money.
    Strike 2 !!! You Get 1 More Swing !!

  • Anonymous

    and the face of black conservatism.

  • Anonymous

    Arnold Ziffel was the pig’s name

  • Anonymous

    You only serve to prove his point, small-mind.

  • Walt

    George Will is a little late to the game figuring out what we progressives figured out while ago.  But then again these republicons and their sheep tend to always be the last ones to realize the “world is round and not flat.”

  • Anonymous

    They’re sooooo lucky the world is round. 90% of the teapublican party would of fallen off the right side by now if it was flat

  • Anonymous

    Cain gained traction by answering debate questions with specific solutions and with an actual economic plan 9-9-9 to simplify our outdated tax code.That’s why he gained traction with voters, which of course the typical pundits can’t seem to ‘get’.

    Meanwhile over at CBS, CBS is now reporting that in Sharryl Atkinson’s investigation, the Fast & Furious also sold grenades to Mexican drug cartels is not just about the US Government selling high-powered guns.  
         http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2011/10/14/earlyshow/main20120395.shtml

  • Anonymous

    no, she is at least honest as well as more thoughtful

  • Anonymous

    Not you specifically, but isn’t that sort of a standard meme of the right?

  • Anonymous

    Oh wow, you cons are such intellectuals and gentlemen. But most pigs I know are stupid right wing scumbags

  • Anonymous

    Even Palin polled better among blacks than that fraud and huckster

  • Anonymous

    Sorry, but most of the hate and garbage seems to be coming from your end. My small mind is still better than yours and the average Cain supporters’ no mind

  • Anonymous

    You time could be better spent coming up with something intelligent, accurate and rational, but that is simply not possible. As well as a barely literate clown like you is the last person who should play grammar cop around here. But keep flinging the same mindless trash, that you gleaned from talk radio, so you can keep your rep as the head Mediaite fool.

  • Anonymous

    Such staunch patriots, the same ones who worship the military

  • Anonymous

    You mean his bogus 999 help the rich, screw the rest fraud?

  • Anonymous

    And start wars most of them won’t send their kids to.

  • Anonymous

    @morrisminor:disqus Which hate? Which garbage? Please gives quote’s (direct). 
    Also, you are very right. Just because we disagree with what you say doesnt make your opinion “nonsensical hate-filled sh*t”. It is the fact that your opinion IS nonsensical hatefilled garabage that we call it as such. 

  • Anonymous

    AMEN

  • Anonymous

    Mark Levin may be next to explode…lol

    “liburls..marxists…puppies…Harry in North Dakota…GO!!!…..BOOM

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