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Trump’s Worst Virus Failure


My first surprise was that Donald Trump embraced the job after his 2016 win, not treating his election as an unwelcome accident, a publicity stunt gone awry, or a personal disaster facilitated by the mad interventions of James Comey.
He had every reason to. For the first time in his life, he would face opponents who didn’t merely want to get the better of him in a business deal but who craved his destruction. Welcome to politics. And he compounded his risk by his lifelong habit of bringing only episodic focus to any issue. Example: He pretty much lost interest …

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