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The steel dossier

Every candidate for office makes promises. Only the truly ignorant attempt to keep each and every one once elected.
There is a learning curve in politics. Many Republican leaders acknowledged that in the aftermath of each presidential faux pas made in the early days of the Trump administration.
After the president put our relationship with fellow NATO members in jeopardy last year, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he was “willing to kind of chalk that up to a rookie mistake.”
Speaker Paul Ryan was quick to excuse the president for his interactions with, and subsequent firing of, former FBI ...


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