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Kellyanne Conway Gloats: 'Hashtag-He's-Your-President, How About That?'

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Senior aides and key operatives of the long, brutal 2016 presidential campaigns gathered this week at Harvard University for a two-day conference of eating, drinking, and shouting away their feelings.

On Thursday afternoon, senior members of the Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump campaigns met again face-to-face to look back on the race.

That’s when matters descended into the kind of chaos fit for the kind of reality TV the Republican president-elect once starred in..

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