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There are way too many coincidences in media assaults on Trump

A few things you’re unlikely to read elsewhere: Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy — and Americans’ ability to choose their next leader — is being destroyed by a sequence of events way too well orchestrated to be coincidental. This is not about the billionaire’s...
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A few things you’re unlikely to read elsewhere: Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy – and Americans’ ability to choose their next leader – is being destroyed by a sequence of events … Click to Continue »

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