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Thanksgiving for $20, or make Walmart eat its words

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It sounds too good to be true. A new Walmart commercial claims you can feed your entire family a traditional Thanksgiving dinner for about $20.

News 8's Jeff Zevely spent the day shopping and whipping up a family feast.

He shares the results, in this News 8 video report.

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