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Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.
‘A Bigot is A Bigot is A Racist’
“John Legend Schools Trump’s Son on Racism!”

8 Reasons Donald Trump Would Not Be Great For 'The Blacks'
For one thing, he calls us "the blacks."
Zeba Blay
Voices Culture Writer, The Huffington Post

Donald Trump and Reverend Darrell Scott, 'a Black dude,' possibly his friend.
On Friday, former Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson gave his public endorsement for Donald Trump. The endorsement marks another interesting chapter in the ongoing saga of the businessman and would-be politician's "relationship with the blacks," one that has been rocky for decades, despite his confidence that black people (like Ben Carson) love him.

"I will be great for African-Americans," Trump declared in January. But will he really, though?

Last month, Trump faced criticism when he initially failed to denounce the KKK, after former leader David Duke endorsed him for the presidency. His initial reaction to Duke's endorsement, and his flippant dismissal of that reaction later on, is proof that he wouldn't have the interests of people of color very high on his list of priorities as Commander-In-Chief.

Of course, in addition to Carson, Trump has many black supporters, including former "Apprentice" contestant Omarosa. While these supporters are certainly entitled to vote for or endorse whoever, perhaps it's time to break down some of the things that suggest Donald Trump would not, in fact, be great for "the blacks":

1. He was once sued by the Justice Department for racial discrimination.

In 1973, while serving as president of the Trump Management Corporation, Trump was accused of allegedly discriminating against black people who were trying to rent apartments in his buildings in Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island. The Justice Department sued the company for lying to black prospective renters about the availability of apartments, and giving them different lease terms and conditions than white tenants. And while Trump dismissed the accusations, countersuing the Justice Department for defamation (to the tune of $100 million), his company was sued again in 1978 for violating conditions in a settlement from the first case -- by continuing to discriminate against black people.

2. He placed a racially-charged full page newspaper ad calling for the return of the death penalty in New York.

The way the media covered the story of the Central Park Five (teen boys wrongly accused and imprisoned for the rape of a Central Park jogger) was bad enough. But Trump taking out an ad in several New York City newspapers in 1989 during the height of the trial demanding that the death penalty be reinstated in New York was just the awful cherry on top. "I recently watched a newscast trying to explain 'the anger in these young men,'" Trump wrote. "I no longer want to understand their anger. I want them to understand our anger. I want them to be afraid." Yikes. The over-the-top ad, a thinly veiled reference to the Central Park Five and other young black boys in the city, further demonstrates Trump's subtle but profound lack of regard for the lives of underprivileged black people.

3. He thinks black people are lazy.

According to a book written by former Trump Plaza Hotel & Casino president John R. O'Donnell, the real estate mogul once said in 1991 that "Laziness is a trait in blacks." He was allegedly referring to a black accountant working for Trump Plaza, and added, "“Black guys counting my money! I hate it. The only kind of people I want counting my money are short guys that wear yarmulkes every day." The kicker is that Trump, in a 1999 Playboy magazine interview, did not even deny saying those things. He admitted O'Donnell's allegations were "probably true," but insisted it didn't matter because he was obviously a disgruntled employee.

4. But he also thinks educated black people have it way better than white people?

Trump has attacked affirmative action on several occasions. In a 1989 interview with Bryant Gumbel on NBC's two-hour special "The Race" Trump said:

“A well-educated black has a tremendous advantage over a well-educated white in terms of the job market. I think sometimes a black may think they don’t have an advantage or this and that... I’ve said on one occasion, even about myself, if I were starting off today, I would love to be a well-educated black, because I believe they do have an actual advantage.’’

Ok, bruh.

5. He's antagonistic toward the Black Lives Matter movement.

Trump has often made off-color remarks about the Black Lives Matter movement, defiantly insisting on using the conversation-derailing phrase "All Lives Matter" and criticizing the movement for peacefully protesting political candidates including Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. Speaking to reporters ahead of a Michigan rally in 2015, Trump said that Sanders was "weak" for allowing protesters to interrupt one of his rallies. "I would never give up my microphone. I thought that was disgusting,” he said. But perhaps what's more disgusting is the fact that...

6. ...He doesn't call out some of his supporters for their blatant racism.

Besides dragging his feet in disavowing David Duke and white supremacy as a whole, Trump has been pretty conspicuous about failing to call out some elements of his core supporters who are quite obviously racist. Case in point: the several instances in the last few weeks of peaceful black protestors at Trump rallies being forcefully, violently removed by his supporters. Check out this one incident, where a protester was punched and shoved at a North Carolina rally:

The Trump supporter who was charged for assaulting the young black protester in the video later said: "The next time we see him, we might have to kill him."

Trump's silence around all this can be read as complacency at best and subtle encouragement at worst. Whether he agrees with this kind of behavior from some of his supporters or not, there's no denying that Trump's message of anger is stoking the fires of hatred for certain voters.

7. This tweet:

8. Reminder: his stance on Muslims and immigration would affect millions of black people, too.

Donald Trump has said some pretty awful things about Latinos (especially Mexicans) and Muslims over the last several months. But what he and many others probably forget is that his positions on immigration, his call for a ban on Muslims and a border wall would also affect the twenty-three percent of Muslims in the United States who are black. There are approximately 11 million undocumented immigrants living in America. According to the Pew Research Center, 16 percent of those undocumented immigrants are black -- some are Afro-Latinos, or African, or from the Caribbean and the West Indies. While Trump's comprehension of Black issues in America seem to begin and end with employment and police brutality, there's a whole population of Black people who would be just as negatively affected by these other issues.

Yes, Donald Trump took the time to meet with black pastors last year. Yes, he likes Ben Carson, and Omarosa, and surely plenty of other black people, too. He hosted a gala dinner for the NAACP once. Wonderful. But those things, in light of his past and present history with race, are the equivalent of saying something like, "But I have a black friend!" This isn't even about whether or not Donald Trump is racist or not. It's about how his past comments, practices, and approaches to pressing Black issues (like police brutality) would manifest themselves in his policies. He would not be "good" for us at all. Not by a long shot.

Editor's note: Donald Trump is a serial liar, rampant xenophobe, racist, misogynist, birther and bully who has repeatedly pledged to ban all Muslims -- 1.6 billion members of an entire religion -- from entering the U.S.


“John Legend Schools Trump’s Son on Racism Following Chicago Rally Cancellation!”
the Grio March 12, 2016

After Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was forced to cancel a rally in Chicago because of safety concerns of fights breaking out between Trump supporters and protesters, Donald Trump Jr. re-tweeted a negative statement about the protesters. John Legend couldn’t let it stand, so he let Trump Jr. have it and schooled him on racism.

“Ha, 5 students when asked why they were protesting couldn’t even answer. The participation medal/micro aggression generation is pretty sad!” Trump Jr. retweeted on Friday.

Legend jumped to the protesters’ defense, saying, “@DonaldJTrumpJr I think they were protesting your racist father. This isn’t complicated.”

Trailers released for John Legend-produced series ‘Underground’

“Here we go again. That can’t be the answer for everything you don’t like. That’s why the country is so divided now!” Trump Jr. shot back.

Legend also took on “Trump trolls” who responded to his calling out Trump Jr., including one Twitter user who said that he was uneducated. His response was flawless: “The Donalds and I graduated from the same University, funny enough.”

Both Legend and Trump graduated from the University of Pennsylvania.

Legend also tweeted an article stating that staff at Trump properties would mark black people’s applications with a “C” for “colored” and said, “Yes, Trump trolls. I’m the real racist.”

Check out the exchange and on ‘Twitter!’


I'm pretty sure their are more items to be added to this listing of what the Devil has and plans to do...I'm sure that he can also produce a few more "*****s in the woodpile" as well!

...We'll keep a watchin while residing in the "Hot-LZ!"

In Pride, Peace, and Love,


~ "SANKOFA" the "MAAFA!" ~
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Saturday, March 12th 2016 at 11:53PM
Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.
..Although the toils of wise people may earn them respect, it is a fact of life that the spirit of the wicked continues to cast its shadow on this world. The arrogant are seen visibly leading their people into crime and destruction. The laws of the League of Nations are constantly violated and wars and acts of aggression repeatedly take place... So that the spirit of the cursed will not gain predominance over the human race whom Christ redeemed with his blood, all peace-loving people should cooperate to stand firm in order to preserve and promote lawfulness and peace.”
~ Lij Teferi Makonnen, a.k.a., Haille Sellassie~

Sunday, March 13th 2016 at 12:01AM
Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.
Brother Doctor Gregory Boulware,

Anybody reading this information can see the history of Donald Trump and conclude he is not a good fit for president of the United States of America.

This is a great eye opening history and a must read for the readership here on Black In America.

Thank You for this enlightenment.

Sunday, March 13th 2016 at 12:19AM
Dea. Ron Gray Sr.
Greg, I reviewed your evidence. Number 7 is out of order by the way. Here's some coumter evidence.


Sunday, March 13th 2016 at 9:30AM
Steve Williams
Brother Doctor Gregory about point 7 This tweet: was there some more to this point?

Sunday, March 13th 2016 at 10:01AM
Dea. Ron Gray Sr.
It follows point 8. A cut and paste error.
Sunday, March 13th 2016 at 11:27AM
Steve Williams
...HE IS NOT 'MEDGAR EVERS!' It (your link) counters nothing! Damn!

‘To Disavow – or Not To Disavow!’

In light of the recent postings and videos in and of the “Social Media Platforms and Forum” controversy surrounding people who adamantly throw their stalwart support behind and for the devil who appears as trump…here’s a bit more ‘proof-in-the-putting of ‘a true down-in-the-woods-show-nuf’ “BIGOT and RACIST” with tried and true practicum in the lifestyle of such a person and its people who follow such a creed!

This added information is intended for the enlightenment and armament of and for those who are not sure where they should stand in the posterity and defense of and for their families and society as a whole.


In Pride, Peace, Justice, and Love


Sunday, March 13th 2016 at 11:06PM
Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.
Okay Greg, so I'm wrong because I'm White, and Evers is wrong because...???
Monday, March 14th 2016 at 6:33AM
Steve Williams
Ya’ateeh, As Salaam Alaikum, Shalom, Hotep, Hola, Konichiwa, Privyet, Hallo, and Hello To All Who Are Paying Attention To This Position of Opinion!

...Steve, YOUR whiteness has nothing to do with any of this discussion or opinionated conclusions. Medgar Evers fought for the life, rights, and liberties of Downtrodden People worldwide..but especially Black People In These United States of America.

I did have a high opinion of you. But with your adamant and affirmed position of supporting and following such a being is beyond reproach. I cannot take seriously a person who says one thing yet does another, i.e., the belief in life, liberty, and the pursuit of justice.

Your chosen candidate believes in the rights of white persons only! I'm sure you are intelligent enough to see the point I have attempted to make in the interest of downtrodden people...Black People and People of Color who are not simply white!



A man was recorded yelling “Go back to Africa!” at people while outside a Trump rally in Cleveland Saturday.
The nasty exchange was recorded the day after Trump supporters and protestors clashed at a Trump rally in Chicago, which was eventually canceled by the leading Republican presidential candidate.

“You call yourself an African-American, go back to Africa!” the unidentified man wearing a Cleveland Indians cap and a camouflage hoodie shouted. “If you’re an African first, go back to Africa.”
An MSNBC reporter who posted the video on Twitter called the man a Trump supporter.
The outburst quickly and noticeably rattled people nearby, some who were left with their mouths open, and others who began arguing with him.

“Go back to Europe!” someone in the crowd is heard yelling back.
Meanwhile, a black woman stepped out of the crowd to confront him.
“Y’all brought us here,” she said repeatedly.

The man then yells out that “blacks murder other inner city blacks,” before he begins to just curse at her and another woman in the crowd.
Trump traveled to Cleveland Saturday after his rally was called off Friday in Chicago.
It is also not the first time someone has reportedly yelled out, “Go back to Africa,” at a Trump rally, particularly at protestors.

Jedidiah Brown, one of the protestors who attended the Trump rally in Chicago told the BBC he and other protestors were told by Trump supporters to “go back to our countries.”
“I was told to go back to Africa,” he told the BBC. “I’ve been called a lot of racial slurs,” at the rally.
In recent days, Trump has been under increased scrutiny regarding his rallies and the frequency of violent, often racist, exchanges.
A Breitbart reporter has claimed Trump’s campaign manager roughed her up and bruised her arm when she was trying to ask the candidate a question.
A Trump supporter was also caught on video sucker-punching a protestor as he was being escorted out, and later told a reporter, “we might have to kill him” next time.
Trump, meanwhile, has defended his rallies, calling protestors “bad dudes.”


Yesterday Donald Trump tweeted a now-debunked video showing that the protester who jumped a barrier at a recent rally was an ISIS supporter. This morning Chuck Todd asked Trump on Meet the Press about the fake video, to which Trump replied, “I don’t know. All I know is what’s on the internet.”

Trump had stated earlier that he believed the protester was involved in a terrorist organization. His tweet attempted to further that narrative.

“This was a guy that was looking to do harm,” Mr. Trump said in Kansas City, Missouri yesterday. “It was probably ISIS or ISIS-related, can you believe it?”

But when confronted this morning by Chuck Todd with the fact that he had tweeted a fake video, Trump basically admitted that as long as it’s on the internet, he feels absolutely no obligation to fact-check what he tweets to his 6.87 million followers.

TRUMP: He was playing Arabic music, he was dragging the flag along the ground, and he had internet chatter with ISIS, so I don’t know if he was or not, but all we did was put out what he had on his internet—dragging the flag, which I respect obviously more than you. He was dragging the American flag on the ground like it was a piece of garbage, okay? I don’t like that and a lot of people don’t like that. And he also had chatter about ISIS... or with ISIS, and you take a look at it. I mean, people are looking at it very seriously now, but you have to check it before you ask the question.

TODD: Well, we have checked it. That’s my point, sir. There’s no ties to ISIS for this man. No law enforcement official... and this video that you link to appears to be a hoax.

TRUMP: Okay, well, you just, look, was it a hoax that he’s dragging the flag? Was that him? It looks like the same man to me. He was dragging a flag along the ground, and he was playing a certain type of music, and supposedly there was chatter about ISIS. Now, I don’t know, what do I know about it? All I know is what’s on the internet. And I don’t like to see a man dragging an American flag along the ground in a mocking fashion.
The video of the protester, Thomas Dimassimo, dragging an American flag on the ground was indeed real and part of an unrelated protest in April of 2015. The original video was posted by Dimassimo himself. However, the video that Trump tweeted was spliced together by an unknown editor with “Arabic music” as Trump puts it, and was intended to troll the protester.

From Buzzfeed:

The alleged ISIS video also includes a description written entirely in Arabic. The Arabic is badly garbled, but appears to say “Tommy D” was trying to look “cool” and as if he has big balls for standing on an American flag.

The alleged ISIS video appears to have been posted to YouTube last May by someone named Thomas Jenners, whose account has since been deleted, then taken down Saturday. But the personal insults directed at Dimassimo are uncharacteristic of ISIS media. It was also posted to Facebook, but has since been deleted.
As of this writing Trump’s tweet is still up and has received 10,242 retweets and 17,476 likes. The video appears to have been removed from YouTube but is still viewable on Trump’s Twitter.

Protests at Trump rallies have really hit a tipping point, with large numbers of people in Chicago and Kansas City turning out to denounce what they see as a very real fascist threat to America should Trump become president.

This past week, a Trump supporter sucker-punched a protester in North Carolina. The attacker would later say that perhaps the protester should’ve been killed. Trump has flatly said that he doesn’t accept responsibility for the violence at his rallies, but has suggested that he’ll look into paying the legal fees of the attacker in North Carolina.

Yesterday Trump said at a rally in St. Louis, Missouri that he would ruin the lives of protestors by pressing charges and deluging them with his legal team. “Their lives are going to be ruined, and they’ll know their lives are going to be ruined,” Trump said.

This kind of rhetoric, of course, doesn’t help the case that Trump isn’t a crypto-fascist who would quickly quash any kind of dissent should he take office.

Trump’s rallies are now filled with the kind of security you’d find at the airport, as you can see from this photo taken this morning in Bloomington, Illinois.

Despite Trump’s claims that all he knows is “what’s on the internet,” we still have no documentary evidence that he has ever used a personal computer.
If you have documentary evidence please send it to us:


In Pride, Justice, Peace, and Love,


Wednesday, March 16th 2016 at 2:02PM
Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.
Wow. How long have you been following politics Greg?
Wednesday, March 16th 2016 at 2:32PM
Steve Williams
My first election was 40 years ago, but I suspect it's been longer for you.
Wednesday, March 16th 2016 at 2:37PM
Steve Williams
And longer still for Charles Evers.
Wednesday, March 16th 2016 at 2:40PM
Steve Williams
A practicum is a graduate level course, often in a specialized field of study, that is designed to give students supervised practical application of a previously or concurrently studied theory. Practicums (student teaching) are common for education and social work majors. In some cases, the practicum may be a part-time student teaching placement that occurs the semester before a student's full-time student teaching placement.

It is also called work placement, especially in the UK.

The process resembles an internship; however, the latter is often not part of the school program.

A practicum is involved in optional parts of schooling. Practicum is widely practiced in Asia, especially. In Pakistan it is truly mandatory and to practice it is quite necessary.

Wednesday, March 16th 2016 at 3:31PM
Steve Williams

In the face of all this proof the Brother Doctor Gregory Boulware posted of Donald Trump LIES and the one that got my attention was this one: “This was a guy that was looking to do harm,” Mr. Trump said in Kansas City, Missouri yesterday. “It was probably ISIS or ISIS-related, can you believe it?”

But when confronted this morning by Chuck Todd with the fact that he had tweeted a fake video, Trump basically admitted that as long as it’s on the internet, he feels absolutely no obligation to fact-check what he tweets to his 6.87 million followers.

he feels absolutely no obligation to fact-check what he tweets to his 6.87 million followers. This man is running for the most powerful office in the world today, based on LYING to his supporters.

Is that what you call, speaking your mind Steven?

Wednesday, March 16th 2016 at 8:49PM
Dea. Ron Gray Sr.
Were you the one rushed on stage and had to be protected by the Secret Service Ron?
Wednesday, March 16th 2016 at 10:03PM
Steve Williams
PLEASE... Steven, you have two unanswered questions on the floor.

Wednesday, March 16th 2016 at 10:41PM
Dea. Ron Gray Sr.
Let's see Ron. I was having a long political talk with you and unbeknownst, Greg was on the sidelines getting madder and madder until he blew up and attacked me personally. Now you two are tag-teaming. When I try to talk to you Greg steps in, and when I try to talk to Greg you step in.
Thursday, March 17th 2016 at 4:51AM
Steve Williams
The subject is my "whiteness" and Charles Evers' "blackness".
Thursday, March 17th 2016 at 4:56AM
Steve Williams
You raise some of the most interesting thoughts when you speak. What is the matter Steven, you can't back up what you say? I am not attacking you Steven, spot your paranoia and running from the questions, which you have two unanswered questions still on the floor, that is in my Wednesday, March 16th 2016 at 8:49PM response to you, do you want me to repeat them?

Thursday, March 17th 2016 at 7:04AM
Dea. Ron Gray Sr.
Oh by the way Steven, I would be foolish to try to judge Charles Evers' "blackness" because I don't know the man and he is not hear to answer our questions but on the other hand let us talk about things that we can answer from our thoughts of what is happening.

Steven, you have two questions on the floor, if you will.

Thursday, March 17th 2016 at 7:09AM
Dea. Ron Gray Sr.


~ A Question Was Raised, “Show Me The Proof!”

not the RACISTLY IGNORANT 'whiteSupremist' Falsehoods of bia"whiteMen"

"......The subject is my "whiteness" and Charles Evers' "blackness". ...."
Thursday, March 17th 2016 at 4:56AM
Steve Williams


Medgar Evers was a negro American Lawyer

Charles Evers

James Charles Evers is an American civil rights activist.

Evers was known for his role in the Civil Rights Movement along with his younger brother Medgar Evers.

He was made the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People State Voter Registration Chairman in 1954.

After his brother's assassination in 1963, Evers took over his position as field director of the NAACP in Mississippi.

As field director, Evers organized and led many demonstrations for the rights of African Americans.

no "blackness" or "whiteness" there, THERE

Thursday, March 17th 2016 at 7:58AM
robert powell
That's right Robert.
Thursday, March 17th 2016 at 8:13AM
Steve Williams
I'll take your questions Ron, just not here.
Thursday, March 17th 2016 at 8:15AM
Steve Williams
Why not here, Steve?

Thursday, March 17th 2016 at 12:33PM
Dea. Ron Gray Sr.
Because I want to hear from Greg.
Thursday, March 17th 2016 at 1:10PM
Steve Williams
I see one question,

Is that what you call, speaking your mind Steven?

Wednesday, March 16th 2016 at 8:49PM
Deacon Ron Gray
Thursday, March 17th 2016 at 1:15PM
Steve Williams

First question: Doctor Gregory Boulware posted of Donald Trump LIES and the one that got my attention was this one: “This was a guy that was looking to do harm,” Mr. Trump said in Kansas City, Missouri yesterday. “It was probably ISIS or ISIS-related, can you believe it?”

Second question: Is that what you call, speaking your mind Steven?

Now you are still want to play games?

Thursday, March 17th 2016 at 3:42PM
Dea. Ron Gray Sr.
I always hear what Trump says but all you hear are dog whistles Ron. I'll be damned if I'll go along with your total disrepect for Donald Trump's safety.
Thursday, March 17th 2016 at 8:29PM
Steve Williams
In favor of some thug dragging the flag through the dirt. And I'm not even a flag person.
Thursday, March 17th 2016 at 8:31PM
Steve Williams
Stop it Steven. I am only dealing with what The Donald said and then later was found to be another LIE that the Donald told.

Now you want to get all emotional, PUT YOURSELF IN CHECK MAN!

Thursday, March 17th 2016 at 9:27PM
Dea. Ron Gray Sr.
Ron, Donald's safety is my only concern.
Thursday, March 17th 2016 at 10:38PM
Steve Williams
Then Donald really needs the watch what he is saying and stop trying to insight his supporters.

Friday, March 18th 2016 at 6:39AM
Dea. Ron Gray Sr.
It's the protesters who are inciting violence.
Friday, March 18th 2016 at 8:11AM
Steve Williams
Why do you support Donald Trump?

Friday, March 18th 2016 at 1:14PM
Dea. Ron Gray Sr.
I answered that.
Friday, March 18th 2016 at 2:20PM
Steve Williams

I support Trump because he's the only moderate in the race, the only one who wants all Americans to win.
Friday, March 18th 2016 at 12:30AM
Steve Williams | delete

Friday, March 18th 2016 at 2:22PM
Steve Williams
How is he going to make America Great again? Have you reviewed the material at the beginning of this blog of Donald Trump s history?

Friday, March 18th 2016 at 9:15PM
Dea. Ron Gray Sr.
America has never been great Ron. I support Trump because I think he can make America a little bit better.
Saturday, March 19th 2016 at 2:39AM
Steve Williams

Did you read the beginning of this blog of the track record of Donald's history, that he has not worked for all Americans in the past, did you read that?

So what makes you think he will work for all Americans now?

Saturday, March 19th 2016 at 10:46AM
Dea. Ron Gray Sr.
He's a winner Ron, and that is sorely needed.
Saturday, March 19th 2016 at 2:09PM
Steve Williams

Did you see my questions or are you running from them too?

Saturday, March 19th 2016 at 2:22PM
Dea. Ron Gray Sr.
Watch the showdown in Arizona today.
Saturday, March 19th 2016 at 2:43PM
Steve Williams
Hay Ron, I have two grandchildren born to an illegal alien. Want to talk immigration?
Saturday, March 19th 2016 at 2:45PM
Steve Williams
I see that you want to talk about anything but this topic or answer any of my questions WHY?

Saturday, March 19th 2016 at 3:22PM
Dea. Ron Gray Sr.
I want to talk about a substantive issue. The question was raised, Where is the proof Trump is a bigot?
Saturday, March 19th 2016 at 3:52PM
Steve Williams

Did you hear, Donald Trump disavowing the White Supremacy Group KKK, YET?

Saturday, March 19th 2016 at 5:31PM
Dea. Ron Gray Sr.

If Trump hates brown people, and my grandkids are brown people, does Trump hate my grandkids?
Saturday, March 19th 2016 at 5:39PM
Steve Williams
Saturday, March 19th 2016 at 5:43PM
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