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Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders came face to face with his doppelganger, comedian Larry David, on the "Today" show. David's impression of the progressive senator from Vermont is so spot-on, it's sometimes hard to tell them apart. So what happens if Sanders wins the nomination and goes on to become president of the United States? Aside from Medicare for all and free college, Americans can count on four more years of David's impersonations on "Saturday Night Live."
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