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Jamelle Bouie, Slate: By threatening to jail his opponent, Donald Trump promised to rip up the foundations of liberal democracy. Historians, commentators, and "Never Trump" Republicans quickly grasped the weight of his statement. "Only time I've ever heard a candidate threatening to jail his opponent was in the Congo. He lost and was later convicted of war crimes," tweeted former Mitt Romney campaign manager Stuart Stevens.
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