Pence is a standard-issue hawk who appears to have absorbed none of President Trump’s reluctance to intervene militarily and keep America in a perpetual state of war.
It isn’t too soon to start thinking about who will succeed Donald Trump. Win or lose in 2020, attention will quickly turn to who might pick up his populist/nationalist mantle. The question is broader than who will be the GOP presidential nominee four years hence. Who will lead and shape the...
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