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You love me? Vote for her! Barack Obama hits frontline for Hillary Clinton

by zeenews.india.com
How do you gift your popularity to someone else? As Barack Obama rolls up his sleeves to ensure Hillary Clinton succeeds him in the White House, his argument increasingly boils down to a simple message: Do it for me.
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