Political Sense
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Political Sense

The Predictable End to a Legacy of Incompetence

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The day after the Capitol was stormed by a mob, Republicans who had previously ridden Trump’s mercurial coattails with glee became suddenly reticent. Shocked. Bewildered. Mick Mulvaney stated that Trump “wasn’t the same man” and tendered his resignation. As though, somehow, since losing the election, his former golden calf had changed rhetoric and tactics.

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Russ Linton

Russ Linton

Nomad, science fiction author, former cryptocurrency miner, trailblazer. Find out more at https://www.russlinton.com

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