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Trump's New Plan: Don't Do Things People Hate

Mike Allen: A Trump adviser says that after a tumultuous seven months in office, it had finally dawned on the president: "People really --- hate me." For someone who has spent his life lapping up adulation, however fake, it was a harsh realization. This is a man with an especially acute need for affirmation. This week's bear hug of Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer opened Trump's eyes to one solution: Stop doing things that people hate, and start striking deals.
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