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NYT op-ed: "Detested and defeated, Donald Trump is now in a tear-the-country-down rage"

The New York Times' Timothy Egan writes on the stark, sudden demise of American civility under the force of millionaire Donald Trump's presidential run: "He’s made America vile. He’s got angel-voiced children yelling “bitch” and flipping the bird at rallies." Here’s his lesson for young minds: If you’re rich and boorish enough, you can get away with anything. Get away with sexual assault.
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