‘Blood and carnage’: Columnist torches the ‘inescapable sameness’ of Republican ‘Trump alternatives’

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The Republican Party is facing “a bigger and more claustrophobic reality” than “passively sliding into the inevitability” of next year’s anticipated showdown between President Joe Biden and his embattled predecessor Donald Trump, Katherine Miller opines in Sunday’s New York Times. GOP presidential primary contenders, Miller writes, “have constructed their identities as Trump alternatives and ended up all the same” as their beleaguered frontrunner. “It can be hard to remember what made Trump distinct eight years ago, because it has become the texture of our lives. The 1980s tabloid dimension of…

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