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Amid Donald Trump’s stumbles, an America-first rebellion that is just beginning

IN THE MIDST OF HIS HISTORIC PRESIDENTIAL FIZZLE, Donald Trump gave a speech to the Detroit Economic Club. It’s always fun to watch Trump deliver a prepared text. He appears to be discovering it with the rest of us, offering a running commentary on what he’s reading, seemingly amazed that the ideas appearing on the teleprompter reflect his own. The result is a strange echolalia: “American steel,” he said in Detroit. Then he repeated

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