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Trump’s powers of persuasion.“Trump is unfit to be anywhere near power ever again,” the editorial board of the right-wing weekly Washington Examiner, a publication long deferential to the former president, wrote this week following Tuesday’s surprise hearing of the Jan. 6 committee.The hearing was called at the last minute to showcase the revelations of former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson, who described in shocking _ if not surprising — detail Trump’s state of mind in the waning days and hours of his ill-fated presidency.That hearing “confirmed a damning portrayal of Trump as unstable, unmoored and absolutely heedless of his sworn duty to effectuate a peaceful transition of presidential power,” the editorial continued.“Republicans have far better options to lead the party in 2024.

No one should think otherwise, much less support him, ever again.” Jan. 6 panel subpoenas White House lawyer under Trump after explosive testimony Hutchinson, a special assistant to the president and chief of staff Mark Meadows, told the committee that Trump seemed desperate to join his supporters at the Capitol on Jan.

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