As Impeachment Trial Begins, Let’s Remember The Republican History Of Big Lies

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Donald’s Trump insistence that he actually won the 2016 presidential election in a landslide has now been commonly termed the “big lie.”

This “big lie,” which Trump mobilized arguably to incite the white supremacist assault on the Capitol, will center, of course, next week’s impeachment trial in the Senate.

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Professor of Literature, Political Economy enthusiast, Dad, always thinking about the optimal world

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