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Centrist Dems like Joe Biden eagerly believe the GOP are in a Trump-induced fugue state that will dissipate as soon as No. 45 leaves office. Good luck with that.
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The Massachusetts senator is laying out more progressive policy than anyone vying for the Democratic nomination. It's time to get excited about her.
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