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Kimmel spices up the 2016 campaign with some creative censorship

The 2016 presidential race is already saltier than normal, thanks mostly to Donald Trump. But Trump's copious insults are safe for work and family-friendly publications. In this week's installment of "Unnecessary Censorship," Jimmy Kimmel Live uses its well-placed [bleeps] to make Trump's bragging, Ted Cruz's thoughts on political correctness, the Jeb Bush campaign's plans, and a fan of President Obama all sound more vulgar than they were. It's a long way until the first vote is cast, so a hat-tip to Team Kimmel for making the ride that much more enjoyable. Peter Weber