Donald Trump was never forever. The former president is 74, obese and the subject of serious criminal investigations. Resurfacing after disgracefully inciting a rampage on the Capitol, he addressed the Conservative Political Action Conference. The delivery was tired and the grievances now boring. The big difference is he’s no longer in power. Thanks to Trump, Democrats now hold the presidency and majorities in both houses of Congress . That the authoritarian clown show no longer threatens America makes it considerably more entertaining. The speech was predictably heavy on attacks against the man who beat him. “Joe Biden has had the most disastrous first month of any president in modern history,” Trump said. Biden, whose approval rating is 56 percent, as opposed to Trump’s 34 percent, is ignoring him. The question is whether there are enough sane people left in the Republican Party to fix it. Could the party, to borrow a phrase, build back better? That would be hard with the smart conservatives—Mitt Romney, Liz Cheney, Lisa Murkowski, Adam Kinzinger—now marooned on RINO Island. Tom Nichols, a prominent never-Trumper, thinks it’s over for the GOP. The party, he writes, is now “controlled as a personality cult by a failing old… Read full this story
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