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Take Two® FOR April 26, 2018

A caravan of migrants reaches Tijuana, a revitalized gondola plan to Dodger stadium, taking a new Tesla Model 3 out for a spin

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What comes next for the Central American migrant caravan? A gondola to Dodger Stadium? Not an original idea, testing out the Tesla Model 3. See full episode >
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