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America presents itself as a banana republicOver the years, I have watched campaigns in third world countries in which one candidate accuses the other of being a criminal, sometimes even threatening to jail his opponent once elected. That is a break not just with seven decades of Republican foreign policy, but with a core American commitment that has kept the peace since 1945 .Trump doesn't even pretend to have an ideology.Whatever happens to the party, the country and the world, the Trump brand will come out of this election with even greater global celebrity, and thus with many more possibilities to affix its name to condos, golf clubs, suits and phony self-improvement courses. In fact, win or lose, one consequence of this election could be that, finally, Donald Trump will be worth what he claims.
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