Republicans raised serious doubts about Hillary Clinton’s ethics. Will they apply the same...
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Republicans raised serious doubts about Hillary Clinton’s ethics. Will they apply the same standards to Donald Trump, asks E.J. Dionne Jr., or were they just hypocrites trying to win an election?
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