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It's gotten to the point where one might almost feel sorry for Donald Trump. While that "almost" reflects a gap too wide for Trump's opponents to bridge, it can be said that February has, thus far, been cruel to the U.S. president, though he clearly is no innocent victim.During the first full week of the month, Trump's White House faced more trouble than befalls most presidencies in a couple of months, or longer. The Republican Party was already in trouble with women, and how Trump and his aides handled the situation was not helpful.The Trump presidency has featured an uncommonly long trail of aides forced to resign or fired for various reasons.So the Trump presidency didn't start with first-class personnel, and the staff hasn't improved.What about Trump, of whom at least a dozen women have complained of unwanted sexual advances (if not worse)?
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