Look, it’s not entirely the President’s...

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Look, it’s not entirely the President’s fault that he finds himself in the unlikely office he holds. As you yourself have reported, the Russians did their part. But so did the Democrats. Where in the campaign of the first woman for President was there any mention of the unique contributions a woman brings to leadership? Think of her unimaginably misguided ad campaigns: “Fighting for you,” and then “Stronger together.” “Fighting” and “stronger”? They actually sound like slogans more suitable to you-know who. Where were such thoughts as “nourishing the best in all of us,” or “sensitivity to your needs?” Maybe even “I have a great love for every man, woman, and child in this country?” Where was even simply “Caring about you?” But in the end, like it or not, the President of the United States is still Ronald McDonald. And it’s your duty to report on him as only you can.

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