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So Donald Trump now says, in an interview with the New York Times, that he believes there is some connection between human activity and climate change, that Hillary Clinton should not be prosecuted, and that, after one conversation with retired Marine Corps Gen. James Mattis, he might be having second thoughts about waterboarding.Trump is president-elect.It's much better for the country and the world if Trump does well in the White House.Trump has a unique opportunity. A vast number of Americans are deeply distrustful of elites in Washington and New York. They believe that there are simple solutions to the problems that America faces, and they resent the country's engagement with the world, which they see as harming the average American. These people have put their faith in Donald Trump. If Trump can help make them understand some of the realities of the world and the constraints on government, that would be a huge step forward.
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