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Donald Trump’s Worst Deal – By Adam Davidson – The New Yorker

The New Yorker magazine article “Donald Trump’s Worst Deal” – By Adam Davidson ends: “Senator Sherrod Brown, of Ohio, who is the ranking Democratic member of the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, said, in an e-mail, that a … Continue reading

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Donald Trump’s Trial Balloons Are Catching Up With Him – The New York Times

“WASHINGTON — Two weeks ago, Donald J. Trump said he could live with a nuclear-armed Japan and South Korea if it meant they could defend themselves against North Korea without American aid. “I’m not sure that would be a bad … Continue reading

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Trump’s New World Disorder, by Roger Cohen – The New York Times

“Goodbye to all that. Now we know that Donald Trump would rip up the post-1945 world order, trash an “obsolete” NATO, lean toward a Japan with nukes rather than the “one-sided agreement” that leaves the United States responsible for Japanese … Continue reading

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#You Ain’t No American, Bro. Donald Trump is doing real damage to America’s ability to lead a coalition, the only vehicle that can effectively address ISIS. nytimes.com|By Thomas L. Friedman

Tom Friedman: “What Obama also has right is that old saying: “If you’re in a poker game and you don’t know who the sucker is, it’s probably you.” That’s the game we’re in in Iraq and Syria. All our allies … Continue reading

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La Dolce Donald Trump – Frank Bruni, The New York Times

“IN Rome about a dozen years ago, I had a long dinner with Donald Trump. Only his name was Silvio Berlusconi. Aren’t they essentially the same man? The same myth? They have the same obsession with their wealth. Same need … Continue reading

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