Comedian takes lead in Ukraine presidential vote

By Matthias Williams and Pavel Polityuk

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I like him.

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As has been the case around the world, people are sick of the self serving hypocritical self appointed elite dictating to them from on high, utterly out of touch with the needs and concerns of the rest of society. And then they are shocked and confused when people don’t do as they are told!

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I wouldn’t want to be the president of a country full of aggressive far right nutcases, a civil war in the east, and on the verge of war with nuke armed Russia.i would stay with being a comedian.

but @burning is right.

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What a laugh! Good for him.

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At least he admits he is a comedian!

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no political experience

Yeah, a trend - following America's horrible example.

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Trend, as simple as that.

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A Jewish comedian who works for a Jewish billionaire, and with who has close ties to Russia.

The Ukrainian far right ain't gonna like this.

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