If you watched the first debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on Monday night, you might've noticed a couple strange things about Donald Trump.

Okay, you might have noticed many, many strange things about Donald Trump during the debate, but for the sake of time and our own sanity, we'll just stick to two things that would've made for some of the weirdest television of the year, even if they'd come from a fictional character and not a real-life guy who wants the nuke codes.

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Donald Trump has been campaigning for the highest office in the land for the past 15 months, but according to everyone's favorite New Jersey native (sorry, Chris Christie) Trump is anything but born to run.

Yes, the Boss himself, Bruce Springsteen, has come out in full-throated opposition to Trump, and the rock legend is definitely not mincing words.

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We still have six weeks remaining in the longest presidential campaign in U.S. history, and it remains unclear whether Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton will emerge triumphant on November 8.

Of course, at this point, even those on the losing side will likely be happy to see the interminable process come to an end.

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One of the more surprising moments at last night's presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton came toward the end of the evening when Clinton referenced bigoted, misogynistic comments that Trump made regarding Venezuelan-born actress and former pageant contestant Alicia Machado.

Trump was asked about his alleged remarks during a phone interview with Fox News this morning, and shockingly, the outspoken real estate mogul stood by his remarks.

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