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Two horrible actions for Republicans

President Trump won the election as a populist. He excoriated everyone else in the primaries. His voters loved him for calling out Clinton as “Crooked Hillary.”
His campaign was built upon ridiculing the Washington elitists, including a major political media rightly perceived as fawning over Democrats and liberals until those Democrats’ or liberals’ follies were beyond ignoring.
The insiders recoiled as millions cheered as Trump laid bare every other candidate’s weaknesses, including chastising Hillary for aiding and abetting her husband’s abuse of women.
When Democratic Senator Al Franken’s physical abuse of women became photographically undeniable, Trump tweeted ...


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