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The hounding of Hope Hicks and the desperation of the Democrats

24 May 2019

2:05 AM

24 May 2019

2:05 AM

Oscar Wilde once observed that only very superficial people don’t judge things by their appearances.

Like many of Wilde’s quips, that observation has the dual advantage of being both witty and true. Its apparent flippancy — in fact, its flippancy is genuine, not just apparent — does not so much conceal as embody the deep truth it expresses.

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