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Former CIA Director Leon Panetta was giving a speech in support of Hillary Clinton and her ability to take on terrorists when the crowd erupted into chants of “no more war" and “lies” at the Democratic National Convention. They interrupted Panetta several times before he ended his speech. Others responded to the chants by shouting "USA, USA, USA!" FedNet
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