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If the incessant television coverage of the presidential campaign hasn’t sated the political junkies out there, Kevin Spacey has come to the rescue.

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On Friday   , the Republican National Committee canceled a February debate that was supposed to be hosted by NBC and sister station Telemundo.

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On Friday , the Republican National Committee canceled a February debate that was supposed to be hosted by NBC and sister station Telemundo.

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