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‘Disgusting and monumentally stupid’: Founder of ‘Trumpism’ journal denounces his former candidate

In the wake of his disastrous statement on the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, President Donald Trump lost a follower who founded a journal in support of him. In an op-ep published by the New York Times, Julius Krein, a former hedge fund manager who founded the American Affairs...
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