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How do Trump's extraordinary betrayals stand up against history? He could be the worst.

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 27 October 2020
Putting Trump in context is the best way to highlight and understand his betrayals. History is the highest court, and its verdict can't be appealed.
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US president Donald Trump continued his onslaught on Democratic presidentialnominee Joe Biden by calling him "the worst candidate in the history ofpresidential politics".

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