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How Trump Became Our Conspiracy Theorist in Chief

Illustration by Alex Jenkins One of the most popular items at this year's Republican National Convention was a navy blue T-shirt that at first glance looked terribly out of place. "Hillary," it read in large letters. Beneath was the punchline: "for Prison." You could find the slogan everywhere—on stickers, signs, and buttons, on a banner towed by an airplane over Cleveland, on the lips of convention speakers such as Patricia Smith, whose son was killed in Benghazi.
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