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Commentary: Perhaps Trump should read 'The Art of the Deal'

Donald Trump voters thought they were electing a tough negotiator who would stand up for U.S. interests against our adversaries, but after the president's historically weak performance during his joint news conference Monday with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, that myth can safely be laid to rest.

I don't know if House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer were right to suggest afterward that Putin may have damaging information on Trump, but that claim is more credible

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