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Americans Dislike Trump, Clinton, But Chances Are Slim Of A Third-Party Candidate Rising

When so many Americans dislike their Democratic and Republican candidates for president, what about a third-party candidate? NPR’s Danielle Kurtzleben discusses those chances with NPR’s Lynn Neary.

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When so many Americans dislike their Democratic and Republican candidates for president, what about a third-party candidate? NPR’s Danielle Kurtzleben discusses those chances with NPR’s Lynn Neary.

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