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U.S. President Donald Trump's nearly eight months in office have been characterized by a series of disturbing political developments.Of course, U.S. politicians are rarely short on lofty rhetoric – from Ronald Reagan's "Morning in America" campaign to Barack Obama's "Yes, we can" slogan to Donald Trump's "America First" refrain.It is hard to remember the last time the U.S. produced a policy that could serve as a model for others to emulate.As the U.S. government has retreated from society, the U.S. has retreated from the rest of the world.American conservatives have so far failed to read Trump's intentions accurately. It has done little to weaken Trump's destructive momentum: Just a few weeks later, Trump announced his plan to end DACA, a policy that protected from deportation some 800,000 young immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children.One obvious option, which Democrats largely seem to be taking, is to reject Trump and everything his administration stands for.
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