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VIDEO: Say Something Nice About The Candidate You Oppose

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This election cycle has aroused passions on both sides, and it appears that everyone is angry. The two major party candidates are the least popular of all the candidates who have sought the executive office in modern presidential history. Supporters of tboth Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have turned what could have been a constructive debate about policy into a non-stop barrage of personal attacks on their opponent. It's pretty sad to watch. 

MRCTV was sick and tired of all this negativity. So we traveled down to Donald Trump's new hotel in downtown Washington, D.C., where both supporters and opponents of Mr. Trump had gathered to yell at each other. 

We asked participants on both sides if they could think of anything that they admired about the candidate that they opposed. Could these activists and hyper-partisans find any redeeming qualities in the individual who they are actively fighting against?

After all, one side IS going to have to live with a person they despise sitting in the Oval Office for the next four years.

You may be surprised at some of the responses we received. 

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