Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump unintentionally gave Democrats an opportunity to cast themselves as the party of patriotism and the U.S. Consitution. But with Americans fearful of terrorists and violence in the streets, columnist David Brooks writes, Trump could be the template of a new type of U.S. president.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump unintentionally gave Democrats an opportunity to cast themselves as the party of patriotism and the U.S. Consitution. But with Americans fearful of terrorists and violence in the streets, columnist David Brooks writes, Trump could be the template of a new type of U.S. president. Jim Cole AP
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump unintentionally gave Democrats an opportunity to cast themselves as the party of patriotism and the U.S. Consitution. But with Americans fearful of terrorists and violence in the streets, columnist David Brooks writes, Trump could be the template of a new type of U.S. president. Jim Cole AP

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July 29, 2016 11:36 AM