The Perils of Preaching Despair

Former president Donald Trump speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Fla., February 28, 2021. (Joe Skipper / Reuters)
American optimism is fading, offering lessons for President Biden and Donald Trump and those who would follow in their rhetorical footsteps.


tem: Donald Trump, speaking at a Turning Point USA event in Phoenix on Saturday:

In Georgia, they had an election. We did so well. And everyone knew we won by hundreds of thousands and they stole it from us. And what happened is we had two senators running a couple of months later and you know what happened to them? The Republicans said, “We’re not going out to vote because this is rigged. This election was rigged,” and they know it.


As President Joe Biden completed 100 days in office, the country was optimistic about the coming year, but now, just after

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