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Republicans speak up ... finally

History will judge this time in American history quite harshly. History will judge this time in the Republican Party quite harshly.
But some Republicans are trying to establish the foundation for an America and a Republican party post-Donald Trump. 
These include Senator John McCain (R-AZ) who outlined his thoughts at a short speech on October 16th in Philadelphia. McCain, who was receiving the Liberty Medal from his old Senate colleague Joe Biden, is suffering from advanced and aggressive brain cancer.  
Likewise, George W. Bush, the 43rd president, spoke on October 19th in New York City in a speech that did all but mention Donald Trump by name. 

The Bushes have been noticeably reticent to speak about other presidents. This includes George H.W. Bush who maintained his silence during the Clinton years, and George W. Bush, who refrained from critiquing President Obama.
Will they succeed? This is yet to be seen. Nick Confessore of the New York Times feels as though Bush, McCain and Barack Ob…

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