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Beyond Debate: The Squalid Meltdown Of Donald Trump

How badly did Donald Trump lose on Sunday night? As The Donald would say, bigly - the climax of a week capturing all that is odious about Trump, and the party which tried to make him President of the United States. Though this was lost in the disasters which followed, he started losing the night Mike Pence debated Tim Kaine. For throughout the week, the sanctimonious Pence served as a human weathervane, whose maneuvers unerringly pointed to the stages of Trump's calamity -and, ultimately, to the disgrace of the Republican party.
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