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George Bush ran against Bill Clinton in 1996.
George Bush did not ran against Bill Clinton in the 1996 US election. The other candidates were Bob Dole and Ross Perot.
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George Bush did not ran against Bill Clinton in the 1996 US election. The candidates were Bob Dole and Ross Perot.
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George Bush did not ran against Bill Clinton in the 1996 US election. The other candidates were Bob Dole and Ross Perot.
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Its False.
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