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Turning Power of State Against Rivals, Trump Seeks Power of Authoritarians

NYTimes.com Saturday, 10 October 2020
President Trump took a step even Richard M. Nixon avoided in his most desperate days: openly ordering direct immediate government action against specific opponents, timed to serve his re-election campaign.
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