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Trump vs. the Trump Administration

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On April 16, 2019
Not that long ago I found myself in a vigorous debate about whether Trump is “tough on Russia.” Like many of these sorts of discussions, the terms quickly became framed around the difference between Trump himself and the Trump administration—which often, but not entirely, overlaps with the “pay attention to what Trump does, not what […]
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Trump just announced that the United States will be exiting the Intermediate Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty, which Reagan and Gorbachev signed in 1987. The treaty was a key inflection point in the process that ended the Cold War, so it seems almost fitting that an administration captured by interwar conservative foreign-policy thinking would give it […]
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Normalizing Trump

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In Trump
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On April 9, 2018
In late March, ABC News reported that the Republican National Committee has spent nearly $1 million at Trump properties since the election. In total, “Republican-affiliated” groups have “spent more than $3 million at various Trump properties” in the less than 18 months. There are broader implications of the transformation of the Republican Party into the […]
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