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Political Costumes This Halloween Rank Right Behind Slasher Villains, Wonder Woman

More people say they will wear a political costume this Halloween in a year after an election than ever before. Hillary Clinton, for one, says she might go as "the president."
Donald Trump holds up a mask of himself during a rally in Florida in November 2016. / MANDEL NGAN / Getty Images

Hillary Clinton seemed startled by the question.

But asked Monday night at an event promoting her new book what she was going as for Halloween, she said, "I have to start thinking about it. ... I think I will

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