I think this post has been picked up by some pro-Trump bots who won’t stop tweeting it. I am going to try hiding it for a while to see what happens. If you really want the original, you can find it at the Internet Archive. I’ll probably put it back up in a month or two. I still believe it’s generally correct but I don’t want to see it used as an all-purpose defense of Trump, who remains horrible in 99% of ways.
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