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Joy Behar calls Kellyanne Conway ‘delusional’ to her face: Trump’s ‘rhetoric is off the wall’

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Joy Behar, host of ABC’s The View, told Trump Kellyanne Conway she was “delusional” on Wednesday after the campaign manager downplayed Donald Trump’s “cavalier” comments about using nuclear weapons. “Your guy, Donald Trump, he’s very cavalier about usi...
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