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WashPost: Anti-Hillary Authors Look Dirty and Desperate on Clinton Scandals

The nation's top liberal newspapers found "beauty" in a New York Times book review comparing Donald Trump to Hitler. The Washington Post book reviewer Carlos Lozada recently claimed "it is impossible to miss the similarities between Trump and totalitarian figures in American literature — in rhetoric, personal style and even substance." But when authors sound hyperbolic about Hillary Clinton, they are clearly out of control.
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