How to end Trump’s conspiracies

Weeks after the votes were counted and winner named, two realities are clear. First, Donald Trump is growing increasingly unhinged in his quest to retain his grip on power. Second, only conservative media can prevent vast segments of the GOP base from descending further into the President’s miasma of conspiracy theories.

Trump’s Twitter feed is full of debunked rumors and false claims, but in the late morning of Nov. 12, he reached a

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