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What does Trump want now? Revenge — and a second term

15 January 2021

6:30 PM

15 January 2021

6:30 PM

The figure of the ex-president is one of the most endearingly republican features of American politics. He who was the most powerful man in the world for as many as eight years turns overnight into a political fossil.

He’s no longer the leader of his party, much less his country. Whether in his fifties or in his seventies, his battles are over.

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