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The NYT printed a column by Arthur Brooks which beautifully displayed how political elites misunderstand the appeal of Donald Trump. The piece, which is titled "those who don't understand Trump are doomed to repeat them," complained that many people see Trump's rise as meaning, "that mainstream positions on issues such as trade and immigration must be fundamentally rethought.
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