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Jimmy Kimmel Live! went to New Hampshire to prove voters will say nonsense on TV when asked untrue questions

Presenting: “Exit Troll.’’

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While reporters were parked outside many New Hampshire polling stations looking for voters to talk to on Tuesday, Jimmy Kimmel sent his own camera crew to the Granite State. Instead of an exit poll, though, he dubbed his questioning an “exit troll.’’

In a segment that aired Wednesday on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Kimmel’s crew threw some bizarre and insanely untrue questions at a handful of voters. Some included: “What do you think of Hillary’s decision to put Sean Penn in the Supreme Court?’’ and, “Were you surprised about Bernie Sanders’s admission that he tried marijuana when he was a kid in the 1920s?’’

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Nobody really called the show’s bluff, à la Kimmel’s infamous “Lie Witness News’’ segments — which is the beauty of the whole spiel.

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