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Why former presidents spoke out against Trump

William A. Galston

William Galston, Brookings senior fellow in Governance Studies, discusses the speeches by former president Barack Obama, former president George Bush, and former presidential candidate Senator John McCain that expressed worry about the fundamental orientation of the Trump administration. Galston explains the commonalities between their speeches and the basis of their concerns.

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