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McCain Denies Huffington Vote Claim

Updated 8:45 p.m.
By Howard Kurtz and Juliet Eilperin
After sitting on the story for nearly eight years, Arianna Huffington said this afternoon that John McCain told her soon after the 2000 election that he did not vote for George W. Bush.

The private conversation took place at a Los Angeles dinner party, she said, and the senator's wife Cindy said she didn't vote for Bush either. The liberal blogger, who posted the account on her website today, said McCain's declaration came after a tirade in which he criticized Bush's tactics against him in their battle for the GOP nomination.

"He never told me it was off the record," Huffington said in an interview. "It shows how far this man has fallen, that he could not even bring himself to vote for Bush and now he has embraced him."

Huffington said she is going public to counter "the media's love affair" with McCain and the lack of attention to a series of misstatements and reversals that have been overshadowed by the Democratic contest. "It is really important to unmask John McCain," she said.

Tucker Bounds, a spokesman for McCain, said "It's not true, and I ask you to please consider the source."

Asked why Huffington would make up her story about McCain not voting for Bush, longtime McCain aide Mark Salter -- who has previously tangled with the Huffington Post -- ripped into her. "Why would she make something up? Because she's a flake and a poser and an attention-seeking diva. And that's on the record."

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Comments

I have never heard anything truthful come out of Adriana's mouth, so why should this bge any different?

Posted by: Polarik | May 17, 2008 4:09 PM | Report abuse

Obama can publicly claim to separate himself from someone whose beliefs he can no longer embrace by association, but McCain cannot claim to now embrace someone he may very well not have in the somewhat distant past..

No matter who one is for and why, it's a double standard going on here, yes, no, maybe so..?

Posted by: Cindy Sue Causey | May 12, 2008 8:00 PM | Report abuse

I love Arianna Huffington! Along with Marnie Vander Helsing and Maureen Dowd, she makes the left look sexy again!!!!

Posted by: sandy_MT | May 10, 2008 12:16 AM | Report abuse

"...[not]one shred of evidence that Bush did those things in South Carolina..."

Two questions:

1. It didn't happen?

2. Who benefited?

Posted by: Anonymous | May 9, 2008 1:06 PM | Report abuse

BEING A PRISSONER OF WAR IS NOT A CAKE WALK BUT ANOTHER THING IS THE URBAN LEGEND MEDIA CREATED AROUND MCCAIN. HE WAS IN PRISON THE WHOLE DURATION OF THE THE VIETNAM WAR, NEVER SEEN COMBAT, NEVER KILLED A ENEMY OR SAVE A FELLOW SOLDIER LIVE BUT HE WAS AND STILL PRESENTED AS A SUPPER HERO, BIGGER THAN PATTON. IT IS TIME TO REVIEW THE REALITY AND GIVE HIS STORY A SENSE OF PROPPORCIONALITY

Posted by: GUT | May 9, 2008 12:55 PM | Report abuse

But why would Ms. Huffington say something positive about Mr. McCain if she wanted to "end the McCain love fest". If I were running for president the first thing I would want to make clear is that I didn't vote for Bush, even if I were, no strike that, especially if I were a republican. George Bush has set back the reputation of the republican party by 25 years. Wouldn't it be grand if there were an active republican politician who admitted that?

Posted by: Mike Grello | May 8, 2008 8:19 PM | Report abuse

OWO===One World Order!!! Accept or DIE! It does not matter which party wins the local power structure, they are still under ORDERS!!! SUBMIT or DIE! Or, hide your guns until they come to get you.

Posted by: Peter | May 7, 2008 11:11 PM | Report abuse

The Big Fat Liar is Huffington herself.

Posted by: Midnitewriter | May 7, 2008 5:23 PM | Report abuse

Ariana is an agitator who stirs the pot to gain attention to herself. She's a joke.

Posted by: uncorroborated source | May 7, 2008 5:21 PM | Report abuse

consider the source

ever since Arianna lost her bid for gov of california, she is desperate to have influence

msnbc lover her, that should tell you everything

Posted by: lnd | May 7, 2008 8:53 AM | Report abuse

Huff pretends to care about the poor, but if she really did, she wouldn't live in a mansion with maids. She would give most of her money to poor people, rather than convince her idiotic "progressive" followers that forcing other people to give their money is preferable. She is the one who has flip-flopped in her views, until she finally discovered that she could stay rich and still be fawned by liberals, which has turned out to be extraordinarily convenient.

Posted by: student | May 7, 2008 1:13 AM | Report abuse

McCain or the media have never come up with one shred of evidence that Bush did those things in South Carolina. I'm a Falwell conservative and I find McCain's pandering to illegals, pagans(global warming supporters), anti-free speech freaks, trial attorneys and worst of all, Ted Kennedy, to be disgusting and spineless. He wanted to be a demoncat in 2000 and he says that Hussein and Hitlery would both make good presidents. They would be better than him!

Posted by: Chris N. | May 7, 2008 12:51 AM | Report abuse

I agree with some of the posters above -- If McCain didn't vote for Bush in 2000 he ought to be bragging about it. If he did vote for him, he should lie and claim he didn't.

Posted by: Steve | May 6, 2008 11:45 PM | Report abuse

Uh Oh,

Juan McCain have some splainin' to do.

Hehe.

Posted by: lolita collins | May 6, 2008 11:08 PM | Report abuse

Here is something most people don't know about Huffington: for years she was a member of MSIA (Movement of Spiritual Inner Awarness). The guru of the group is named John Rogers. He was exposed as a pervert molesting his "staff" in the l980's in return for Spiritual favors. It is an extreme and destructive cult and Huffington fit right in there. Huffington fell for it lock stock and barrell for years.

That may explain why she has fallen so easily for the racial left hate Bush cult she has created around herself these days on her website. Remember, not so long ago, she was a Republican activist. In my opinion, the lady is a narcisistic fool and I would not put anything past her. Her followers and beleivers are the useful idiots of a well trained and rehersed emotional manipulater.

Posted by: sara123 | May 6, 2008 8:27 PM | Report abuse

Howie is so full of it. There is no way that gabby broad Arianna could keep a secret for 8 years!! She would explode!!

Posted by: Ruth Lindemann | May 6, 2008 4:39 PM | Report abuse

You are missing the point. Whether or not he voted for Bush is irrelevant.

What he is saying is that he didn't TELL HUFFINGTON that he didn't vote for Bush.

Posted by: DB | May 6, 2008 3:58 PM | Report abuse

I can believe John McCain didn't vote for President Bush. Having said that, who the hell cares?

Posted by: c'est moi | May 6, 2008 11:29 AM | Report abuse

Children, let's all chant in unison together: BUSH LIED!!! SELECTED NOT ELECTED! KERRY WON OHIO! MCCAIN LIED!! NO BLOOD FOR OIL! TAX CUTS FOR THE RICH!! AIR AMERICA GETS GREAT RATINGS! ARIANNA HUFFINGTON IS ALWAYS HONEST! OLBERMANN RULES! HE DID NOT HAVE SPIRITUAL RELATIONS WITH THAT PASTOR!"

Feel better now?

Posted by: Darwin | May 6, 2008 10:58 AM | Report abuse

Looks like the unhinged left has already found a new object for their BDS that would otherwise become undirected after Jan 2009. What a vile group of people.

Posted by: Stan | May 6, 2008 9:36 AM | Report abuse

I am a strong democrat, but I admire John McCain. He is a true American. I am sick of these left wing kids and people who criticize him. I do not agree with him on many issues, but I admire him.
That is much more than I can say about Barack Obama. If Obama is the nominee, I believe that McCain will win the general because many peope I know feel the same way...in as much as they do not agree so much with McCain, but they admire him. Obama is not carrying very much of the middle, just extremes.

Posted by: Jim Louisville, Ky | May 6, 2008 9:04 AM | Report abuse

This is the MSM's motto:

"What the eyes see, the ears hear; the mind believes WHETHER IT'S TRUE OR NOT!"

In order to perpetrate the MSM agenda, they opine "bias, hype, and spin". They disthort, twist, manipulate, obfuscate, propogandize and disssemble all things Obama because he is the only Black candidate and they promote McCain and Clinton as the "straight talkers" when in fact thet LIE out both sides of their mouths. Do you want the "gas tax holiday" endorsed by McSame and HRC? The MSM prefers pathological liars to any person of character and truth because it brings in ratings!

Posted by: Disparaged | May 6, 2008 8:51 AM | Report abuse

Obama is more truthful than McCain or Hillary about our pain at the pump. But if Obama doesnt make it to the finals, Democrats in Congress may find its easier than we would of thought to work with President McCain on some things. Like campaign regulation reform. And whats to be done about immigrants, illegal ones and legal ones, big problem. Not being dealt with at all. Getting pay as you go as the way we deal with our public money. The way most of us have got to balance our budgets at home. Veteran's rights when vets are being wronged and have been for so long.

Whats more it will be better to have a war hero in the White House than a draft dodger like now. Or somebody married to a draft dodger that keeps trying to compensate for him by bragging about fighting everybody near and far and is ready to obliterate some.

McCains' reputation for straight talk went down some notches with his gas tax relief hoax. Some would say he even knew he was trying to deceive naive folks that know less about economics than he does. But McCain is still basically truthful. More truthful than a lot of politicians. And he has shown over the years that he will work with Democrats on problems we know have got to be dealt with.

Posted by: Jobless old white vet | May 6, 2008 8:41 AM | Report abuse

Did you really expect McLAME to confirm his vote? 'My friends', what else can you expect from such a 'STRAIGHT TALKER'? He is as bad as clinton and her BS PANDERING. Don't forget a vote for McSame is a vote for Bushco again! Who exactly are the 28% who approve of Bushco???

Posted by: ObamasGrannyGirl | May 6, 2008 8:36 AM | Report abuse

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Doesn't seem to be working very well. Most of the comments so far have been the same boring attacks we've heard for years now.

Posted by: V the K | May 6, 2008 8:31 AM | Report abuse

In fact, Republicans have given John McCain the nomination for the presidency.

Posted by: Ed | May 6, 2008 2:29 AM | Report abuse

It doesn't really matter what McCain does or says because he constantly flip flops on every issue. No one can know what a McCain presidency would be like because the guy changes his mind so much. That is why Republicans are leery of him, they don't trust his word nor should they.

Posted by: Bo | May 6, 2008 12:38 AM | Report abuse

Oh, Really. So I guess it is "Reportable" for me to say Big Gay Al Gore told me, ALONE, that he could not maintain his relationship with Chelsea, because he was Barack's secret Lover, while actually cheating on Barack for Howling Dean's Boyfriend, only because Bill's main Squeeze, Guithner, was Co-Habitating in a secret location with It. ;~)

Bear in mind two things;

I can't validate any of this,

And thanks to the Brain-Dead Chump of a Chimp continuing Clinton Policy-

I am "Judgment-Proof"! :-)

Posted by: RAT-The | May 6, 2008 12:30 AM | Report abuse

While I think it is reckless for Arianna to report an unsubstantiated conversation, doesn't her version make more sense? I mean, the GOP really treated McCain like crap during that election (sorry, but that is the one time where McCain's quick temper would have been excused--he should have given GW a good ol' fashion butt whoopin')...I would have more respect for McCain if he admitted that he didn't vote for GW, who had so little respect for himself and others that he let a fellow colleague get smeared publicly. But it looks like Arianna backed him into a corner, which was pretty smart. He can't come out and say it without looking like a totally hypocrite and sell out to his conservative base. Fortunately for me, I began to see him that way long ago.

Posted by: Tanisha R | May 5, 2008 11:51 PM | Report abuse

Hahaha, if she was lying, he'd be suing.

Think on that.

Posted by: Misty S. | May 5, 2008 11:42 PM | Report abuse

How do you spell;

U-N-S-U-B-S-T-A-N-T-I-A-T-E-D ?

Ariana, meet John's Attorneys, John's Attorneys, meet Ariana Huffington's assets!

Ariana, Now, that you are penniless; Who's YOUR Friend?

Bet she learns how to spell S-L-A-N-D-E-R! ;~)

Posted by: RAT-The | May 5, 2008 11:08 PM | Report abuse

let's be honest here...


we live in a set of ecosystems, business, biological, social, economic...


there is no mystery, no surprise, unless you count the stupidity of leaders who think with their "metaphorical" crotches, and administer BJ's as "party favors" and and don't actually have the capacity to do anything except reach for the next pleasure able moment even if it's rife with addictiton... and it destroys AMERICA as a country...


look,

a single example: we could have made a deal for the OIL in IRAQ... IRAQ was in EMBARGO...no place to go and held in stasis...it HAD TO DEAL FOR THE OIL IF WE OFFERED IT !!!!!!!


but then there wouldn't have been any big money for


Carlyle Group, Bechtel, Halliburton, KBR, Blackwater, DynCorp, and others...


and certainly no NON COMPETE CONTRACTS AWARDED eh ???


so bushCO and CRONYs and COMPLICIT CONGRESS, creates a situation which will drain the nations economy at the very moment when the worlds populations are reaching points that will tip entire regions into famine....


these rich kids, who trash talk anything standing in their way...


could get away with it 100 years ago...the land could withstand their lies.


that is not possible any more... things are getting worse, for most citizens not involved in

"war" trafickking or

drug trafickking...


We need leaders that do not pander to families or the corportocracy...that are not addicted to fxxxing over their homelands.


The US Economy is a NATIONAL SECURITY ISSUE.

The Global Economy could use a good example of how to treat leaders who are ruthless in pursuit of personal gain at the expense of their citizens.


It would be good to see some whitehouse, executive branch members


brought down low, tried for treason and executed publically....it would give others courage...and hope...


in the fear the cowardice and the destruction of our values...


remove these scum from having an effect on our lives,


take out the trash.


today.


.


Posted by: get real, get done, close the door today... | May 5, 2008 11:07 PM | Report abuse

let's be honest here...


we live in a set of ecosystems, business, biological, social, economic...


there is no mystery, no surprise, unless you count the stupidity of leaders who think with their "metaphorical" crotches, and administer BJ's as "party favors" and and don't actually have the capacity to do anything except reach for the next pleasure able moment even if it's rife with addictiton... and it destroys AMERICA as a country...


look,

a single example: we could have made a deal for the OIL in IRAQ... IRAQ was in EMBARGO...no place to go and held in stasis...it HAD TO DEAL FOR THE OIL IF WE OFFERED IT !!!!!!!


but then there wouldn't have been any big money for


Carlyle Group, Bechtel, Halliburton, KBR, Blackwater, DynCorp, and others...


and certainly no NON COMPETE CONTRACTS AWARDED eh ???


so bushCO and CRONYs and COMPLICIT CONGRESS, creates a situation which will drain the nations economy at the very moment when the worlds populations are reaching points that will tip entire regions into famine....


these rich kids, who trash talk anything standing in their way...


could get away with it 100 years ago...the land could withstand their lies.


that is not possible any more... things are getting worse, for most citizens not involved in

"war" trafickking or

drug trafickking...


We need leaders that do not pander to families or the corportocracy...that are not addicted to fxxxing over their homelands.


The US Economy is a NATIONAL SECURITY ISSUE.

The Global Economy could use a good example of how to treat leaders who are ruthless in pursuit of personal gain at the expense of their citizens.


It would be good to see some whitehouse, executive branch members


brought down low, tried for treason and executed publically....it would give others courage...and hope...


in the fear the cowardice and the destruction of our values...


remove these scum from having an effect on our lives,


take out the trash.


today.


.


Posted by: maybe McCain had some brains back then... | May 5, 2008 11:03 PM | Report abuse

"Asked why Huffington would make up her story about McCain not voting for Bush, longtime McCain aide Mark Salter -- who has previously tangled with the Huffington Post -- ripped into her. "Why would she make something up? Because she's a flake, and a poser, and an attention seeking diva. And that's on the record.""

In a case of 'he said, she said', when his defense consists of resorting to ad hominem attacks with sexist overtones, it makes him seem less credible and her seem more credible.

Posted by: Sam | May 5, 2008 10:21 PM | Report abuse

Can anyone really doubt that he didn't vote for Bush (either time)?

Who cares.

Posted by: B. Lloyd | May 5, 2008 10:18 PM | Report abuse

The larger point of this story is that the media needs to stop giving McCain a free ride. He has changed one supposedly "maverick" position after another in order to appeal to the right wing of his Party yet the majority of the media has not reported these facts. He has said one thing in one interview and then contradicted himself in others yet he's still referred to as the straight talker in the media coverage.

The media has skewered both Clinton & Obama at various times in the campaign but it's hands off for McCain. Unless the media want their already low poll numbers to drop even lower (try mass boycotts of their advertisers) they need to stop acting like McCain cheerleaders and cover the facts in the race. And for gods sakes please stop telling us he's a maverick and straight talker when the facts just don't support that rhetoric.

Posted by: pmorlan | May 5, 2008 10:18 PM | Report abuse

Check the ABC News story on Congressional Pork: http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/Vote2008/Story?id=4572406&page=2

"Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., received 53 earmarks for his state, worth $97.4 million... Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., has never asked for an earmark.""

Obama asked for a earmark for his wife's employer, and her salary more than doubled.

Let's all chant together "Yes we can, yes we can. WE WANT MORE EARMARKS, MORE PORK, MORE CORRUPTION"

And then chant "Change we can believe in. WE WANT MORE PORK, MORE IGNORANCE, MORE CORRUPTION".

Posted by: Jaycal | May 5, 2008 10:06 PM | Report abuse

I see McCain was critical and dismissive of Obama's lack of foreign policy experience today.

Let's see. Obama did not cheerlead for the war in Iraq, and blindly follow the lies of Bush and Cheney on WMD.

Obama did not mistakenly say that Al Qaeda is Shiite and funded by Iran.

Obama did not get 100 troops to protect his butt for a photo-op in an Iraqi market, while claiming "Gee isn't it great over here?".

I'll take the neophyte, thank you.

Experience is only a plus if you have GOOD experience.

Posted by: steve boyington | May 5, 2008 9:24 PM | Report abuse


i don't consider this story so much about mccain, as it is bush.

bush was a PIG then, and he is a PIG now.

Posted by: presGWBfanclub | May 5, 2008 9:24 PM | Report abuse

"But by going public with it, McCain now has to lie in order to avoid alienating the still idiotic 20% of the hard core Nazis that still Bush is doing a heck of a job."

Were you dropped on your head or are you just stupid you racist pig.

Posted by: Anonymous | May 5, 2008 9:03 PM | Report abuse

"Huffington said she is going public to counter "the media's love affair" with McCain and the lack of attention to a series of misstatements and reversals that have been overshadowed by the Democratic contest. "It is really important to unmask John McCain," she said."

Fair.

One would also like into "the media's love affair" with Barack Obama, especially that of Chris Matthews, Keith Olbermann, and Huffington Post.

Posted by: Krishna | May 5, 2008 9:01 PM | Report abuse

Huffington is stupid. If McCain did say this it would enhance McCain's standing among independents and Democrats not voting for Obama. He should embrace her words.

Posted by: Anonymous | May 5, 2008 8:59 PM | Report abuse

Senator McCain is completely getting a free pass because all the attention is on the democrats.

I hate to join in the chorus screaming at the mainstream media, but come on guys and get on the ball!

Last time I checked, we are going to have TWO names on the ballot in November and we know FOR SURE that one of them is McCain.

Stop with the infighting play-by-play and all the Rev. Wright crap and get down to the real issues.

Explore McCain more and spread the media love around some more!

Posted by: Nick | May 5, 2008 8:21 PM | Report abuse

"

I think you folks are missing the true intention of this story. I for one, actually believe it. I'm sure neither McCain nor Cindy voted for that disgusting piece of garbage Bush, especially after the way his filthy campaign smeared him.

But by going public with it, McCain now has to lie in order to avoid alienating the still idiotic 20% of the hard core Nazis that still Bush is doing a heck of a job. By forcing him to deny the story, Huffington has exposed just how much of a fraud McCain and his straight talk express is. Of course, this is a he said she said, but so what. Maybe now the press will start asking McCain to comment about what he meant when he told a group of Jewish Republicans that he would create an energy policy to make sure that our men and women in uniform will never have to fight another war for oil again.

Posted by: McCain Loves ChristoFascists | May 5, 2008 7:56 PM "

On the money. But pundits would rather focus on what Rev. Wright thinks than vet McCain on this and a host of other issues.

Posted by: Anonymous | May 5, 2008 8:15 PM | Report abuse

I'm certain she remembers her husband telling her that he was attracted to her as well.

Posted by: Ed | May 5, 2008 8:14 PM | Report abuse

The point is that McCain is damaged when it comes to dealing with captors and tormentors. The Bushies smeared him, bent him over (politically) and had their way with him. He did their bidding for years while they were in charge, his captors (politically speaking). He did the same thing with the evangelical hate mongers, calling them agents of intolerance and then deciding that he needed their support, cozied up to them for years. He even went to speak at their Universities of Intolerance.

My friend, John McCain doesn't have the judgment or the fortitude to be the POTUS.

Posted by: thebob.bob | May 5, 2008 7:59 PM | Report abuse

I think you folks are missing the true intention of this story. I for one, actually believe it. I'm sure neither McCain nor Cindy voted for that disgusting piece of garbage Bush, especially after the way his filthy campaign smeared him.

But by going public with it, McCain now has to lie in order to avoid alienating the still idiotic 20% of the hard core Nazis that still Bush is doing a heck of a job. By forcing him to deny the story, Huffington has exposed just how much of a fraud McCain and his straight talk express is. Of course, this is a he said she said, but so what. Maybe now the press will start asking McCain to comment about what he meant when he told a group of Jewish Republicans that he would create an energy policy to make sure that our men and women in uniform will never have to fight another war for oil again.

Posted by: McCain Loves ChristoFascists | May 5, 2008 7:56 PM | Report abuse

This hardly is news. After all, who's claiming Magoo is a Republican? Not him, certainly....

Posted by: P. Dumbarton Oakley, IV | May 5, 2008 7:31 PM | Report abuse

How quickly we forget!

I don't blame him _one_bit_ for not voting for Bush! And I wish I hadn't voted for Bush, either. Remember, this is the SAME Bush that floated those ugly rumors that McCain's adopted daughter was a half-black child born out of wedlock.

What I do blame McCain for is using those same campaign people to help him win this election! How can he stand the help of folks like Rove who did such horrible things to him? Is the election more important than his daughter?

Sadly, I don't need an answer to that.

Posted by: Joe | May 5, 2008 7:18 PM | Report abuse

He should NOT have voted for Bush in 2000 after what Rove & Co. did to him in the primary. Too bad he has since decided that it is better to bend over and take it from those idiots than to stand on principle.

I lost all respect for McCain when I saw him on the stump for Chimpy in 2004 and he just keeps getting more pathetic every single day. He had the courage to survive in Hanoi but not to stand up to these lowlife bottom-feeders? Some "Maverick".

Posted by: Maria | May 5, 2008 7:15 PM | Report abuse

I think it would be a bigger slam to say he voted for Bush, not once but twice.

Posted by: Sara B. | May 5, 2008 7:00 PM | Report abuse

it would seem that if Ms. Huffngton has no documentation, it is just she said he said... if she has proof (on tape etc), let her release that, until then, she is just full of $#%&

Posted by: dave | May 5, 2008 6:53 PM | Report abuse

Personally I would like to know why McCain is collecting a Navy Pension PLUS Social Security while he is gainfully employed with FOREVER MEDICAL BENEFITS


AND


MARRIED TO A FILTHY RICH WOMAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Posted by: Anonymous | May 5, 2008 6:48 PM | Report abuse

If Arianna really wants to "unmask John McCain", the way to do it isn't to bring up a completely unverifiable quote from eight years ago. And, the HuffPost recently played a role in a smear question that was asked of McCain, and the smear was something that three reporters told someone else anonymously. Smears like that probably end up helping McCain. So, that's not the way to do it either.

The way to do it is to publicly ask McCain about things like this, and then upload his response to Youtube:

http://lonewacko.com/blog/archives/007421.html

That's completely verified.

Another way to do it is to point out that in July he's going to be speaking to the NCLR, and that group gave an award to the racist professor who said the following:

"We have got to eliminate the gringo, and what I mean by that is if the worst comes to the worst, we have got to kill him."

The NCLR gave an award to the guy who said that, years after he said it. And, he's said plenty of other racist, anti-American things. Now, McCain is going to speak to the NCLR.

No one from the MSM is going to ask McCain about this, so we're going to need to do it.

Posted by: LonewackoDotCom | May 5, 2008 6:39 PM | Report abuse

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