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Trump's worst legacy may be the plug-uglies he helps into office

It might be time to reconsider how much time and effort we have been devoting to presidential bashing lately.

No, I'm not even remotely considering pulling back from any previous commentary about the political chaos that is the Donald Trump presidency. Rather, there is an argument to be made that all the attention lavished on every crazy Trump boast ("The beauty of me is that I'm very rich"), childish epithet

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