Sam Tanenhaus

Bloomberg View

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Columnist for Bloomberg View; historian and author of The Death of Conservatism: A Movement and Its Consequencesformer Editor of the New York Times Book Review

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’Donald Trump is "politically incorrect" in many ways, from racist attacks on Mexicans and Muslims, to questioning NATO and praising Vladimir Putin.

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Ronald Reagan's advice to party colleagues was, "never speak ill of another Republican."

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Ronald Reagan's advice to party colleagues was, "never speak ill of another Republican."

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