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  1. Why is it difficult for a Democratic candidate to talk about these things in their campaign?
    1) highlight Trump’s corruption (emoluments clause at the very least)?
    2) his lies through the campaign and now (he is touting a law that BC signed as something he will do now?)
    3) GOP corruption and their cruelty in policies (AHCA at the very least)
    4) Media incompetence and corruption in 2016 election and otherwise
    5) Rule of law and back to first principles and governing with integrity

    • I don’t know why, but I am tempted to call it “Neville Chamberlain Syndrome”. 😡

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