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Old 10-31-2015, 03:00 PM
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From the Chicago Tribune:

"I do want to say something about that sociopath governor," Lewis said during her talk Friday before launching into a long story about an encounter with Rauner.

"He told me what he believed in, and then he told me what he didn't believe in," she said. "He said, 'I don't believe in collective anything. I don't believe in communal anything.'"

"But then he told me we had something in common," Lewis said. Rauner noted that they both attended Dartmouth College.

"Worst two years of my life," Lewis said.

"And he's younger than I am," she said later. "He's like four, five classes behind me. I couldn't even believe that. And I was like, 'You must get old and look old by doing really horrible things to people,'" Lewis said to applause.
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