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There's a lot of talk in Washington these days about whether that quaint politeness known as "civility" is possible or even desirable among the nation's political combatants. Lots of people got riled up over Justice Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearings, and party leaders now are branding opponents as "mobs" gone mad, and worse.Now, the president is back at it in the afterglow of Kavanaugh's Supreme Court approval, calling confirmation opponents an "angry mob" of Democrats, some of them plain "evil".Two years after Trump's victory, Clinton notes, the president still routinely brings her up, calling her "Crooked Hillary".Cory Gardner, who heads the National Republican Senatorial Committee, said there have been threats against Kavanaugh, white powder sent to the Pentagon, the White House and lawmakers, and his own wife received a text message showing "a graphic beheading".THE WHITE HOUSENot all the uncivil talk is so violent. Trump counselor Kellyanne Conway delivered a short-form master class Wednesday while taking Clinton to task.
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