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ICYMI: Trump Has Officially Been Endorsed By The (Maybe) Zodiac Killer
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- Ted Cruz, who bears a suspiciously close resemblance to the Zodiac Killer, has lent his support to Donald Trump. Paste Magazine has an excellent look at whether or not Cruz’s endorsement could be detrimental to the Zodiac Killer’s brand.
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