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Don't Play the Trump Card

A sliver of sanity has finally emerged from the raucous Republican presidential race.

The GOP contest, which already resembles a TV reality show, faces a test of relevancy now that celebrity businessman Donald Trump wants to host a debate in Iowa. What could be more demeaning to the process than a half-cocked ratings grabber posing as a political kingmaker?

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