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Gerson: Out of His Depth, Trump Clings to Deception

Michael Gerson, Washington Post: It is not surprising that [Donald] Trump inhabits his own factual universe, in which truth is determined by usefulness and lies become credible through repetition. What made the first presidential debate extraordinary -- really unprecedented -- was not the charges that Trump denied, but the ones he confirmed. When Hillary Clinton claimed he didn't pay any federal income taxes in a couple of years, Trump said: "That makes me smart.
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