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The Trump Era is unlikely to end when the Trump presidency ends. They [historians, administration officials, etc.] envision a post-presidency as disruptive and norm-busting as his presidency has been—one that could make his successor’s job much harder. They outline a picture of a man who might formally leave office only to establish himself as the president-for-life amid his own bubble of admirers—controlling Republican politics and sowing chaos in the U.S. and around the world long after he’s officially left office.

A president unwilling to respect boundaries in office is almost certain to cross them out of office. Experts envision some likely scenarios—...plans to use his properties to profit off his lifetime Secret Service protection, perhaps even continuing to troll the Biden administration from his hotel down Pennsylvania Avenue...


https://www.politico.com/news/magazine/2020/10/30/imagining-...
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lol
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I suspect that we will all be astounded at the horror stories that come out AFTER Trump is gone. And we thought he was the worst just given the things we DO know about...
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The plan is never to let Republicans have the majority of the House or Senate ever again.

Trump can control Republican politics for all I care, as long as they are powerless to act. Let Ted Cruz and Mitch McConnell sit on his lap while he does!

> When a Japanese company had a useless worker, they wouldn't fire them. They would move their office to a closet or a hallway until the worker finally quit out of humiliation... worse than firing. <
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