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A Woman in the White House? Yes, She Can

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A record number of women have thrown their hats into the ring to be the Democratic nominee in the 2020 US presidential election. But with the party still reeling from Hillary Clinton’s devastating loss in 2016, many are asking, “Can a woman beat Donald Trump?”

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