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Donald Trump to speak at Arkansas GOP dinner

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Hahahahahahaha: The Republican Party of Arkansas has announced that Donald Trump, the most hated person to run for president in the last 35 years (and possibly ever), will headline its annual fundraising Reagan-Rockefeller Dinner on July 17 in Hot Springs. 

Here's the best Republican Party chairman Doyle Webb's could muster in a news release:

“It’s always an exciting night, but this year will definitely be interesting with such a dynamic speaker."

...

“Mr. Trump brings a very unique dimension to next year’s democratic process as a private entrepreneur and business leader.”

Webb said he anticipated more presidential candidates coming to the state down the road.

Meanwhile, state Democrats have Hillary Clinton headlining their annual fundraiser. 

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