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WASHINGTON, DC — Following the Florida Marlins' victory over the New York Yankees in the World Series, Hillary Clinton has revealed that she has always been a Marlins fan.

"There was some confusion that I was a Chicago Cubs fan," said Hillary, "just because I grew up in Chicago and have been photographed wearing a Cubs' baseball cap. Then during the election campaign in New York for the Senate, people criticized me for switching my allegiance to the Yankees, just because I said I'd always been a Yankees fan and posed for photographs in a Yankees basketball cap."

But now that the Democratic Presidential field is struggling, with no one clear candidate emerging, and with Florida being a swing state in any Presidential election, Hillary says that she has "realized I have always been a Florida Marlins fan, even as a little girl."

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