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ACCIDENTALLY GREAT AGAIN

By fighting against progress, Trump might accelerate it

@kmaney

DISRUPTIVE

IN A VACUUM: Leyden equates Trump to Herbert Hoover, who was also elected at a time when technology was recasting every aspect of American life and business.
CHIP SOMODEVILLA/GETTY

DONALD TRUMP is a spasm.

Now that our new president is in office and we’ve seen his Cabinet of old white billionaires and his “American carnage” inaugural address, it’s obvious he is the leader of one last, desperate push to stop the 21st century from unfolding.

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