It's time more Republicans stood up to Trump

I don’t propose anyone take away the former president’s phones, his internet access, his rights to call outrageous press conferences or give loud speeches.

I don’t suggest denying him the privilege to fleece supporters who want to click on his fundraising websites, or his prerogative to endorse outlandish candidates for public office.

And I would never propose challenging his First Amendment rights to call anyone who disagrees with him a litany of names that only a child would appreciate.

Just last week Donald Trump called the former head of CNN a “world-class sleazebag.” He next hollered in T...

 

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