Why Presidential Candidates Should Only Share Political Memes With Great Caution

Inside the meme-ocracy

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If 2012 was the "Twitter Election," this year's presidential race is more about zingers in the form of memes and GIFs than 140 characters—especially with presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump socking it to his rivals daily on social media.

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