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Pittsburgh mayor agrees to bet with Cleveland's mayor over Steelers-Browns game

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Cleveland Mayor Justin Bibb has agreed to a bet with Pittsburgh Mayor Ed Gainey. The city officials decided to make the bet amongst each other via Twitter on Thursday morning. Mayor Gainey agreed to the bet, saying he "can't wait" to see Bibb eating Pittsburgh Popcorn.
Pittsburgh mayor agrees to bet with Cleveland's mayor over Steelers-Browns game
10 days ago

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