From the improbable to the unbelievable
The idea a man whose business career was mostly cartoonish fiction could succeed Obama seemed absurd
I got it wrong. Completely wrong. From the very outset. From the day he declared his candidacy. I predicted on radio and television, in print and on Twitter, that Donald Trump would crash and burn on the precarious road to the White House. Every Trump-related outcome of this ugly, hate filled campaign that I predicted was wrong. Mea culpa. Mea culpa. Mea bloody culpa.
The reason I believed Trump would never be the Republican candidate,...
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