Matt Margolis

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Matt Margolis is a conservative political blogger and the author of The Worst President in History: The Legacy of Barack Obama.

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Donald Trump may be in the White House because he promised to "shake up Washington."  But did that mean capsizing basic institutions?

President Trump and the 'business' of government

Donald Trump may be in the White House because he promised to "shake up Washington."  But did that mean capsizing basic institutions?

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