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Opinion: Trump tries to quash two hugely damaging stories

In Lewis Carroll’s 1865 storybook for children of all ages, Alice jumps down a rabbit hole. It spools into a Wonderland where eating a cake can make you grow nine feet tall. A place where rabbits wear waistcoats and kid gloves. Where Dodo birds set the rules for running races. And where the grinning Cheshire Cat sits in a tree and tells Alice that if you don’t care where you’re going to wind up, it really “doesn’t matter which way you go.”

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In Lewis Carroll’s 1865 storybook for children of all ages, Alice jumps down a rabbit hole. It spools into a Wonderland where eating a cake can make you grow nine feet tall. A place where rabbits wear waistcoats and kid gloves. Where Dodo birds set the rules for running races. And where the grinning Cheshire Cat sits in a tree and tells Alice that if you don’t care where you’re going to wind up, it really “doesn’t matter which way you go.”

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