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    Chelsea Clinton defends Barron Trump after conservative website bashes his clothes

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.2b63ebf75f08

    Oh brother! I see nothing wrong with the way the kid is dressed! Geez!

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    regardless of how he dresses, kids should be off-limits
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kizmet View Post
    regardless of how he dresses, kids should be off-limits
    Yeah. It reminds me of when Chelsea Clinton used to be called "Dog face" and other things while growing up".

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    Yes, all presidents kids should be off limits, but they never are.
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    It takes a special level of douchiness to bully an eleven year old kid, no matter who his parents may be.
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    Forget that Barron is the President's son, how about he's an 11 year-old child?????

    Eric and Donald Jr. are fair game; they're adults who hold or held important positions in their father's campaign and/or administration. But to go after a child, as Steve mentions above, is beyond any standard of decency.
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