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The After Math: FIRST!

Now that presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump has come right out and declared “America First“, a popular slogan among white nationalists throughout the country, here’s a look at some of the other precedent-setting events of the week. Microsoft announced that it’s getting into the legal weed game. Regulators have been presented with a proposal for the first US-based human CRISPR experiment. And Broadway announced that it will take the unprecedented step of livestream a musical. Numbers, because how else will we know how unpopular the presidential candidates are?

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