On Conservatism

Trump’s Republican Civil War

By Jonathan Tobin ● National Review ● 09/12/2017


President Trump assumed office with a populist political agenda at odds with those of his conservative colleagues in Congress. His lack loyalty to fellow Republicans evidences a desire to reshape the party in a way that may permanently fracture the delicate coalition that has effectively held sway since Reagan.

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