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But her opportunism could be the left's opportunity.
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The Republican Party, no less than its nominee, is incapable of accepting the Democratic Party's right to rule.
By rallying behind an obscure establishment cog for president, anti-Trump Republicans show they don't understand their own party.
He humanized Hillary to counter the Republican caricatures.
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