Supporters hold signs and the Bible during a rally for Donald Trump in Manchester, N.H., the day before the election. For the combatants in America’s long-running culture wars, the triumph of Trump and congressional Republicans was stunning – sparking elation on one side and deep dismay on the other.
Supporters hold signs and the Bible during a rally for Donald Trump in Manchester, N.H., the day before the election. For the combatants in America’s long-running culture wars, the triumph of Trump and congressional Republicans was stunning – sparking elation on one side and deep dismay on the other. Charles Krupa The Associated Press
Supporters hold signs and the Bible during a rally for Donald Trump in Manchester, N.H., the day before the election. For the combatants in America’s long-running culture wars, the triumph of Trump and congressional Republicans was stunning – sparking elation on one side and deep dismay on the other. Charles Krupa The Associated Press

Trump led an anti-intelligentsia revolution

November 15, 2016 1:59 PM