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SE Cupp: Why celebrities have a right to run for office

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SE Cupp: Why celebrities have a right to run for office

SE Cupp: Why celebrities have a right to run for office

CNN’s SE Cupp discusses why it wasn’t the fact that former President Trump was a celebrity that made him a bad leader and that other celebrities have the right to run for office.


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CNN’s SE Cupp discusses why it wasn’t the fact that former President Trump was a celebrity that made him a bad leader and that other celebrities have the right to run for office.

Credit: Bleacher Report AOL    Duration: 05:46Published