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American reality, the “American berserk,” Philip Roth has noted, makes it harder to write fiction. Does Donald Trump outstrip the novelist’s imagination?
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Have Inaugural Addresses been getting worse?
Inaugurals used to invoke the Constitution; now they appeal directly to the people. Credit Illustration by Philip Burke
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It’s hard to recall a President who had such little interest, or expertise, in the details of governing.
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Donald Trump is now the President of the United States. Evan Osnos investigates what Trump's first term would be like.
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"President Trump's First Term"
Fixed it.
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Our health-care system doesn’t put great value on care that takes time to pay off. But this is also an opportunity. We have the chance to transform the course of our lives.
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If Obamacare is repealed, members of Congress would be able to return to the federal health plan that they were so fond of. Twenty million other Americans won’t.
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Steven Mnuchin’s confirmation hearing underscored the unsettling sense that no one has any clue what President Trump really believes or is likely to do.
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If I were to call Trump the master of anything, it's his uncanny skill with the average attention span. He is nearly flawless with managing the public perception of his bullshit, always moving the target or just being preposterously stubborn with his lies. It's truly remarkable. Sad, but it is.
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The Constitution is not by itself an insuperable barrier against the authoritarian temptation. It will be on us to guard against Donald J. Trump, David Remnick writes.
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PRESERVE, PROTECT, AND DEFEND should become our mantra for the next four years.
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What better way to spurn America’s élite than to host a concert on the National Mall with a bunch of aggressively mediocre performers?
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Aggressively mediocre, believe me.
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As Donald Trump enters the White House, the Palestinians face stark choices.
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In the cases of Narendra Modi and Donald Trump, the question is whether their populism and authoritarian instincts will allow them to alter the laws of democratic accountability.
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Waiting for 2019. And also scared that we would end up with five more years of him. 
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Scott Pruitt not only denies the scientific consensus on global warming but also disputes the E.P.A.’s authority to act on it.
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