From the moment he was elected, President Trump’s opponents made a concerted effort to discredit him by portraying him as illegitimate. If he’s illegitimate, he would have to go. And if he goes, what he and his voters want could be dismissed as a just momentary lapse in reason—an aberration, nothing more.
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