The Trump Era Is Not as Extraordinary as Never-Trumpers Think

Washington Examiner

One example of many: FDR, undeniably a great president, especially as a war leader, but one whose policies also drove some prominent members of his own party to the opposition and some of whose actions seemed, well, eccentric. Like sitting in bed in 1933, and setting a new price of gold, up 21 cents one day because, “it’s a lucky number, because it’s three times seven.”

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