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It's Not Trump's Fault

It's such open season on Trump that I hesitate to publish what I am about to write, but my fingers are flying as my mind tries to understand this phenomenon called a #Trump. Not that a "Trump" exists, but that so many resonate with his...well, #Trumpness. Websters Definition: To get the better of: override - where ambition invariably trumps loyalty. To do better than (someone of something) in a contest, competition, etc.
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