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The Republican party has taken over Donald Trump

1 March 2021

11:25 PM

1 March 2021

11:25 PM

Forty minutes into Donald Trump’s remarks at CPAC, I’d formed a conclusion. Donald Trump hasn’t just taken over the Republican party, I thought, the Republican party has taken over Donald Trump.

The speech got off to a slow start, with Trump’s familiar critiques of illegal immigration failing to elicit much excitement from the audience.

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