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Donald Trump's Press Coverage Over 30 Years, Reviewed

A few days ago, I posed a question on Twitter that had me totally perplexed: Where was the Republican opposition research on Donald Trump? I wasn’t being flippant, and nor were the many others wondering the same thing. The portrait of Trump being painted so effectively by the Clinton campaign could easily have been painted by the campaigns of Jeb Bush, Ted Cruz or Marco Rubio, not to mention the 73 other Republicans who ran against him in the primaries.
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