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Maine Governor: I Meant I Wanted Trump to Be ‘Authoritative,’ Not ‘Authoritarian’

Maine Governor Paul LePage today had to clarify what he meant yesterday when he said he wouldn't mind President Donald Trump exerting some "authoritarian power."
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