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Trump Supporters Don’t Make Chants About Men

Where the president’s fans once called for a female opponent’s imprisonment, now they are longing for another woman to be literally banished from the country.
Source: Carolyn Kaster / AP

Lawmakers and presidential candidates know to expect a particular set of reactions after criticizing Donald Trump. He might call them a loser, or give them their own unique nickname—the provenance of which might depend on how often he thinks , whether they look , or . He might go so far as to endorse their primary challengers, , if he thinks his stamp of approval might hurt them.

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