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Donald Trump Won't Run In 2012, Twitter Somewhat Disappointed

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After weeks of quasi-campaigning, Donald Trump announced Monday that he would not actually be running for president in 2012. His news didn't come as much of a surprise to most pundits, but it did herald a mix of Twitter reactions ranging from relief to sarcastic disappointment at the lost comedic opportunities.

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