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Commentary: Republicans' new 'Red Scare' tactics ring false

The annual Conservative Political Action Conference - a reliable index of far-right apprehensions - rolled into Washington last weekend, proclaiming long and loud the new Republican mantra: If we don't re-elect Donald Trump, neo-Stalinism will befall us!

Speaker after speaker told the assembled faithful what President Donald Trump had intimated in his State of the Union address: Republicans in 2020 plan to run against Democrats as though they were Stalin or (the pre-Trump) Kim Jong Un. White House economist Larry Kudlow urged

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