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Why not Trump in 2024?

20 March 2022

1:00 PM

20 March 2022

1:00 PM

I see that my National Review friends are writing their letters to Santa a bit early. Some, like Rich Lowry’s recent paean to Ron DeSantis, are asking for that shiny new firetruck all the cool kids want. Others, like Charles Cooke’s febrile King Lear-like anti-Trump expostulation (“never, never, never, never, never”) hearken back to NR’s infamous “Against Trump” issue and are mostly negative: “No coal, please, Santa, and especially No More Trump!”

I remember when I first heard the expression that Donald Trump “lived rent-free in the heads of his opponents.”

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