The Danger More Dire Than Trump

When I wrote my last piece about Trump a year ago (Flailing In the Thrall of An Incoherent Haze),  I vowed to myself that it would be just that—my last piece about Trump. I have kept, and I intend to continue to keep, that vow, not because he’s no longer a menace, but because the threat he poses, the damage he’s doing, the ghastliness he embodies, are so ever-present—so damned obvious—that to continue to write about him would seem as constructive as writing about the wetness of [...]

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