John Podhoretz

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John Podhoretz is Editor of Commentary magazine, a conservative publication. Also writes for the New York Post and the Weekly Standard.

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At Trump Tower today, the President-elect stood beside stacks of files that he said represented his billions of assets all over the world.

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At Trump Tower today, the President-elect stood beside stacks of files that he said represented his billions of assets all over the world.

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