Paul Glastris

Washington Monthly

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Editor-in-Chief of the Washington Monthly and senior fellow at the Western Policy Center in Washington, DC; chief speechwriter for then-President Bill Clinton (1998-2001)

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In  last night's town hall , they circled like prizefighters, pointed their fingers and interrupted each other -- while ignoring the moderator — and trading accusations of lying.

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In last night's town hall , they circled like prizefighters, pointed their fingers and interrupted each other -- while ignoring the moderator — and trading accusations of lying.

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