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On Election Day, Americans will decide who will live at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. starting in 2017. For now, major-party nominees Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton each have multiple other addresses that they call home.
Republican Trump is mostly in residence in New York City and Palm Beach, Florida, though he has other opulent properties. Democrat Clinton owns stately abodes in Washington, D.C., and suburban New York.
Take a peek at 3 homes of each of the candidates and see how their residential tastes are as far apart as some of their political views.
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