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From the December 13 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:

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AINSLEY EARHARDT (CO-HOST): But also this was, you know, with all of these sexual allegation -- allegations against Roy Moore, a lot of women that were going to the polls, you said yesterday, people were holding their nose as they go to the polls. It's really hard, as a female, to go to the polls and vote for someone, even though those allegations were so long ago, even though they are just allegations. After Harvey Weinstein, it's just hard. I think this is a referendum on Harvey Weinstein, not on President Trump. 

TODD PIRO (CO-HOST): And even that said, it is not that much of a win. Less than two points, as it stands now.


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