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Carol Giacomo

As seen in: The New York Times

NYT Editorial Bd: Foreign, defense policy; Ferris prof of journalism at Princeton, Fall 2013; RT not necessarily=endorsement; some things are just interesting.

The Ego-Driven Life

This Wasn’t Even Good Reality TV — The week after the second presidential debate felt like Shark Week on the Trump reality network, with the Great White himself thrashing around in his own blood as Hillary Clinton's poll numbers surged. His shackles were off; there were high expectations going into the threequel.

The Right to Bear Adverbs — In the run-up to Wednesday's debate, there's plenty of news oozing from the Donald Trump camp. New polls suggest Mr. Trump enters the final presidential debate in a worse position than any candidate entering a final presidential debate, or on Oct. 19, in modern presidential history, or something.

Donald Trump’s Contempt for Democracy — The presidential debate was another exercise in narcissism, bombast and mendacity by Mr. Trump. One could only hope that this might be the last grand display of his gross unfitness to be president. The editorial board, in "Donald Trump's Contempt for Democracy."

Can America Move Beyond Trump?

Realism and Fantasy on the Economy

The Bullfight in Vegas

Egged On to Get Egg on His Face — When Melania Trump stood by her man-child the other night on CNN over the lewd comments to Billy Bush on a hot mic, she told Anderson Cooper that her husband "was led on - like, egged on - from the host to say dirty and bad stuff.'' She was offering her best defense.

Election? We Don't Need No Stinking Election — Remember when people, including me, thought that Donald Trump's invitation for Russian hackers to invade Hillary Clinton's emails was one of the most breathtakingly undemocratic things ever said by a presidential candidate? We were so naïve. On the debate stage in Las Vegas on Wednesday, Donald Trump flatly refused, twice, to say that he would accept the results of the election.

Donald Trump's Nasty Habits — Donald J. Trump dismissed Hillary Clinton with all the anger and contempt of a man who has repeatedly been called out for how he treats women. "Such a nasty woman," he said. Mrs. Clinton has pursued a calculated strategy of baiting her opponent to see if he would lash out.
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Oct 21, 2016

RT @thedailybeast: Ivanka Trump once claimed to be a champion of young working women. Now, she's silent:

Oct 21, 2016

RT @JoyAnnReid: Video: That time Trump told a creepy story about hiring a teen for her looks, and said hot women are his alcohol:

Oct 21, 2016

RT @EconBizFin: America’s infrastructure is crumbling—and it’s going to take more than just money to fix it

Oct 21, 2016

Amazing. Where is the responsible GOP leadership to push back against such perverted views which corrode, delegitimize elex process?

Oct 21, 2016

RT @dandrezner: Just FYI any self-respecting intellectual who ever complimented your work will read this tweet and disavow you as a…

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