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Saturday, November 19, 2016
TV Pundits Eager to Make Trump the New 'Normal'
After wrongly predicting the election, political pundits are returning to TV talkshows to explain what will happen under a Trump presidency. But these predictions aren’t like TV anchors predicting the weather; these forecasts have a profound impact on the public reception to the Trump...