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NY Times: Trump Has Summoned America’s Demons

From the editorial board of the New York Times: It seems beyond unlikely that Mitch McConnell, the Senate majority leader, or Paul Ryan, the weak-kneed speaker of the House, would entertain any thought of strong action, like censure. But it’s fair to ask: Purely as a matter of political self-preservation, wouldn’t a concerted effort to... The post NY Times: Trump Has Summoned America’s Demons appeared first on Joe.
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