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What (if Anything) Does Donald Trump Respect?

My latest piece for the newspapers in my conservative area of Virginia (in this case, just the Shenandoah Valley). When we Americans choose a president we need to consider more than their political inclinations. We must consider also the moral spirit in which they will use the great power they've been given. In particular, will he or she be restrained -- by respect for others and for the political system and culture in which they are working -- from abusing that power.
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