Eli Rosenberg

Reporter with the Washington Post

Reporter with the Washington Post

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President Trump recited the Oscar Brown, Jr.’s “The Snake” song at CPAC.  He likes to use it as an allegory for immigration . You cuddle up to the snake and it bites you.

What’s behind Trump and ‘The Snake’ song?

President Trump recited the Oscar Brown, Jr.’s “The Snake” song at CPAC. He likes to use it as an allegory for immigration . You cuddle up to the snake and it bites you.

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