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The Atlantic Gives Ivanka Trump A Safe Space

It’s impossible to read coverage of Donald Trump’s campaign right now without thinking of the 10 women who have (thus far) come forward with sexual assault allegations. It’s impossible not to hear the gruesome comments he allegedly made towards teen and pre-teen girls echoing in the back of your head. Impossible, that is, unless you’re Salena Zito writing for The Atlantic. Read more...
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