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What Sen. Corker understands: Only Republicans can stop Trump

To the editor: Thank you very much for encouraging other Republican leaders to follow Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) in denouncing the president’s dangerous bellicosity. (“Corker’s colleagues must join him in calling out Trump’s recklessness,” editorial, Oct. 11) I didn't have many illusions that Donald...
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