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What Would it Look Like if Presidential Candidates had Private Snapchats?

Several presidential candidates have embraced technology and are posting on Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat. But those are usually sterile, politically correct (?) accounts that rarely post anything juicy. Ever wonder what it would be like if the candidates had private Snapchats that we didn’t know about? Guess no more.

Hillary Clinton would high-key brag about being a fashion icon:

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Credit: mitú / Hillary Clinton / Facebook

Martin O’Malley would try to prove to everyone he has stuff to say:

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Credit: mitú / Martin O’Malley / Facebook

Ben Carson would be teaching his ninja sleeping skills:

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Credit: mitú / Dr. Ben Carson / Facebook

READ: The Official Ted Cruz Burn Book

You would see Bernie Sanders showcasing his inner shade queen:

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Credit: mitú / Bernie Sanders / Facebook

Donald Trump would make sure you knew his pre-debate strategy:

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Credit: mitú / Donald J. Trump / Facebook

It would still be all about the food jokes with Chris Christie:

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Credit: mitú / Chris Christie / Facebook

Jeb Bush would keep proving he’s just not aware:

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Credit: mitú / Jeb Bush / Facebook

READ: Marco Rubio, You’re Running for President, Not Best Comic Standing

There would be so much truth coming from the Marco Rubio camp:

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Credit: mitú / Marco Rubio / Facebook

Carly Fiorina would let everyone know how much she’s KILLING IT:

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Credit: mitú / Carly Fiorina / Facebook

We could all watch Ted Cruz try to change the laws to be president:

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Credit: mitú / Ted Cruz / Facebook

READ: Here are 10 Republican Presidential Hopefuls with Chola Eyebrows because Why Not?

Rand Paul would always have the last word against Trump:

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Credit: mitú / Rand Paul / Facebook

All of John Kasich’s hobbies would be on display:

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Credit: mitú / John Kasich / Facebook

And Mike Huckabee would prove he just doesn’t get youth culture:

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Credit: mitú / Mike Huckabee / Facebook

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Thanks to Mexicans, Los Angeles has the Sunset Strip

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Thanks to Mexicans, Los Angeles has the Sunset Strip

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Anyone who knows Los Angeles, knows one of it’s most iconic streets is Sunset Boulevard. It goes through starkly, even socio-economically, different neighborhoods, and it’s home to some of the most historic restaurants, stores and venues in pop culture. Even Hollywood got started on the strip. So did you know that Mexicans started Sunset Boulevard?

That’s right! The strip starts at Olvera Street, the oldest part of Downtown Los Angeles.

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It’s a famous Mexican neighborhood established in 1781 by different ethnicities, including pobladores.

“This site is the birthplace of the city,” says Chris Espinoza, general manager of El Pueblo de Los Angeles.

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According to El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument, a department under the City of Los Angeles, this is the site of the early Los Angeles pueblo or town where forty-four settlers of Native American, African and European heritage journeyed more than one-thousand miles across the desert from present-day northern Mexico and established a farming community.

But that’s not all…Sunset Boulevard also runs through Echo Park, one of the neighborhoods that expanded from Olvera Street.

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It was a predominantly Latino neighborhood, pre-gentrification.

Since so many Latino gangs ran rampant during the 80s and 90s in Echo Park, it became the perfect backdrop to film Mi Vida Loca.

Learn more about the Mexican history of the Sunset Strip below:

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