The election campaign grinds on, trying our patience but nevertheless riveting us to our sofas every night for the spectacle. Though the media dress it up as competing "narratives," much of it is performance art. We have been set up for it by "reality" television — unpredictable, exciting, appalling — starring the man himself, Donald Trump.
For the President-elect
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