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Rex Huppke: No one has been killed by Bigfoot, so we should thank Trump

President Donald Trump has had one of the most successful first years in office of any president in the history of America.

I know this because White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said as much Tuesday: "I don't think anyone can argue it's probably one of the most successful first years in office."

Because nobody can argue with it, I'm not going to try. Besides, spending five minutes Googling the concrete factual evidence that would disprove that claim is a waste

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