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Default Re: "me too" or "I too"

The second is correct. Although it's not completely logical, we use object pronouns in this context. Another example :

A : I know John was there. What about David?
B: Yes, him too.

Of course, if the full sentence is repeated, or even just the verb, the normal forms are used:

A : I miss you.
B: Yes, I miss you too.

A : I know John was there. What about David?
B : Yes, he was there too or Yes, he was too.
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