David Frum

The Atlantic

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David Frum is a senior editor at the Atlantic and the author of The Right Man: The Surprise Presidency of George W. Bush, Comeback: Conservatism that Can Win Again and Patriots. A former resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, former contributing editor at Newsweek/Daily Beast and a former columnist for the National Review, Frum provided special assistant for President George W. Bush.

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