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Trump May Compare Himself to Nixon in 1968, but He Really Resembles Wallace

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 10 June 2020
The president has employed the same kind of inflammatory language as George Wallace did in the 1968 campaign. Richard Nixon ran that year seeking the middle between the Alabama governor and Hubert Humphrey.
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