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Repeating the question of a French interlocutor, Jay asks: “Is there someone who can defy the two major parties, capture the imagination of the country, and be elected president?” The good news is: Yes, there is. The bad news is: Yes, there is, and that’s more or less what Donald Trump did in 2016. Trump had the good sense to run a Perot/Buchanan/Reform Party campaign inside the Republican party rather than as a third-party or independent candidate.
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