NR Daily: Presidential Misconduct: Some Historical Perspective

If you think Trump's behavior is the worst in American history, you might be insane.

December 05 2019

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Presidential Misconduct: Some Historical Perspective

David Harsanyi

Once Gerhardt argued that Trump's conduct was "worse than the misconduct of any prior president," we no longer had any intellectual obligation to take him seriously on the topic. Read More

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