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The Atlantic Daily: Logic Became Muddled

What to do when you work for a president who might be unfit to serve. Plus Democrats’ release of Kavanaugh’s documents, examining Alabama’s gun culture, and more
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The anonymous senior official who outlined concerns about President Trump’s fitness to serve in a op-ed with those worries, Bradley P. Moss argues. Officials might also follow the precedent set by aides of Ronald Reagan, who wrote on the president’s health problems in 1986. Instead, the op-ed

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