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"Hamilton" Star Daveed Diggs Explains How Thomas Jefferson Planted All Those Crops

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Published on May 28, 2016

Diggs, who plays Thomas Jefferson and the Marquis de Lafayette in the Broadway smash, helps Stephen understand why the musical makes him cry.

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