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The Apology That Never Came...

One of the most memorable cultural messages about apologies was in the 1970 movie Love Story, when Ali McGraw tearfully told Ryan O'Neal that oft-quoted line: "Love means never having to say you're sorry." I'm taking that as the Trump mantra. Because, after all, Donald Trump loves America. And everybody... the women, the blacks, the Mexicans, the Border Patrol... as Donald assures us.
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