Somebody, anybody, give Trump a fiddle

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Somebody, anybody, give Trump a fiddle

Trump accepted his party’s nomination by touting his record of fighting for the very things that health and environmental scientists warn against. Doing nothing would have been much better. By Howard Manly and Rhea Mukerjee Not even the myth of Nero playing his fiddle while Rome burned compares to the sheer audacity of Trump’s willful dismissal of science and data. Of all the mythology and racial buffoonery on display during the Republican National Convention this week, none were more egregious than President Donald Trump’s twin claims that not only has…

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