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You Know Who Else Was Always Impressing Journalists With His Newfound Maturity and Pragmatism?

On a weekend in which major American cities are in peril thanks in no small part to Republicans sticking their fingers in their ears for years, some media observers are ready for Trump to step up to the plate and become president. Really, really ready. Desperately ready. So ready, in fact, that they’re seizing on any little detail—in this case, Trump’s debt-ceiling deal with Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi—and using it as an emblem of the dignified, reasonable Trump presidency they’re sure is just around the corner.
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