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In recent days, President Donald Trump has been acting more bizarrely than ever, and the question raised in the mind of politicians and civilians alike, though rarely spoken aloud, has been: What can be done with this man?That risk, coupled with Trump's increasingly peculiar behavior, has made Washington more tense than I've ever known it to be, and that includes the dark days of Watergate.In just the past week, evidence of Trump's instability has piled up. This definition is all too reflective of traits that Trump regularly exhibits.Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, rumored to be replaced soon, is said to have called Trump a "moron".Trump's several earlier efforts to steer prosecutors away from Flynn were strong signals that Flynn knows something that Trump desperately hopes that prosecutors won't find out.
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