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Topic - Philip Dobrinov
"She doesn't really have much substance, she kind of talks about herself, and I think she highlights points she thinks are important that aren't really necessary to her identity as a candidate," he said, adding that her frequent mention of being born in Waterloo was a turnoff for him.
"The first is, what kinds of jobs will be available for you when you graduate from high school and college," he said. "The second is, how much debt is our generation going to leave your generation."