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LATE SHOW's 'Top Ten 'Countries According to Secretary of State John Kerry”

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LATE SHOW's 'Top Ten 'Countries According to Secretary of State John Kerry”

Below, check out THE "LATE SHOW" TOP TEN - "Countries According to Secretary of State John Kerry", as presented on the Tuesday, Feb. 26 broadcast of the LATE SHOW with David Letterman, seen weeknights (11:35 PM12:37 AM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

From the home office in Wahoo, Nebraska...

"Countries According to Secretary of State John Kerry"

10. Portuguam

9. Galifianakistan

8. Uncle Arctica

7. Costa Regis

6. Equatorial Vinnie

5. Guayaguay

4. Greece 2

3. Belize Navidad

2. Bangjohntesh

1. Cameroon Diaz



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