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"Secretary Clinton" contre "Donald" : guerre de noms pendant le débat Trump-Clinton


Ce n'est pas qu'une question d'ego. Durant le débat qui a opposé Hillary Clinton et Donald Trump sur à la télévision américaine, chacun a baptisé son adversaire d'un petit nom bien à lui, comme vous pouvez le découvrir dans la vidéo en tête d'article.

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