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Nixon’s paranoia meets Clinton’s dishonesty: Here’s how Trump is a Frankenstein’s monster of past presidents

All of the terrible qualities of some of the worst American presidents have coagulated to create a kind of President Frankenstein. A new Atlantic op-ed in the October issue blasted Trump as a combination of “Andrew Jackson’s rage; Millard Fillmore’s bigotry; James Buchanan’s incompetence and...
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