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Emboldened Trump makes his 2020 case

IT’S DONALD TRUMP’S MOMENT TO NOT SCREW UP. He’s survived impeachment, the greatest challenge to any President. He’s tightened his grip on the GOP, delivering bolts of fear by Tweet and governing from the base to drive astronomical approval ratings among Republicans. He’s presided over a humming economy and record low unemployment.

Now, with his acquittal by the Senate, Trump has the chance to build his case for a second term. His odds look pretty good. A Gallup poll released on Feb.

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