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@chrislhayes : Here's why the California recall election was a 'resounding' referendum on Trumpism and the Biden administration

Three weeks into her tenure, @LtGovHochulNY  – the first woman governor of New York – talks with @Lawrenceabout  the rejection of Trumpism in the California recall election, the fight against Covid-19 and the potential to transform state government in N.Y.

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The California recall victory shows Democrats the path forward against Trumpism

@sbg1 : “The tragic triumph of Trumpism is not that he has persuaded all Americans, or even a majority of Americans, to reject their way out of the pandemic; it’s that he has persuaded just enough of them to keep the disease wreaking havoc on the country.”

Trumpism and Bidenism have much in common when it comes to letting down allies | Patrick Cockburn

@chrislhayes : Here's why the California recall election was a 'resounding' referendum on Trumpism and the Biden administration

Oh I remembered. Rubin is a perfect example of how unbridled anti-Trumpism can be just as corrupting as unbridled pro-Trumpism.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom ably fended off a recall attempt from Republicans on Tuesday, changing the stakes of the contest from a referendum on his own performance and into a partisan fight over Trumpism and the coronavirus.

Gov. Gavin Newsom’s big win in California's recall—a vote framed as a fight against Trumpism—puts him on course to keep his seat in next year’s scheduled election


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I’m sorry but the recall was a complete and unmitigated disaster for Republicans and the forces pushing it. They got destroyed and in some ways it’s the first concrete piece of evidence that Trumpism has enduring political costs.

Trump incited a deadly terrorist attack on U.S. Capitol, blocking efforts for robust security response. Mob killed 5 people and were close to assassinating members of Congress. @GOP  has one great chance to rid itself of Trumpism, and is choosing not to. Never forget.

Editorial: Hawley should resign. Silent enablers must now publicly condemn Trumpism.

“The idea is not just to beat him, it is to end the scourge of Trumpism in this country forever.” —Veteran Democratic strategist James Carville

Part of what makes Trump so potent in harnessing his base is that he genuinely feels bitterly aggrieved all the time, for his whole life, despite his immense privilege and power. It’s the molten core of Trumpism.

rich retirees cruising in golf carts yelling “white power” is the essence of trumpism

“We are in the twilight of Trumpism. He is a spent force. Events of this spring and summer have emasculated him; he wasted his presidency tweeting, making a fool of himself, and demeaning the stature of his office. It’s over.” ~ @roddreher ⁩

To be clear, and to repeat myself for the nth time: If you claim to dislike, abhor, reject, or oppose Trump and Trumpism but you then don’t vote against him in November, no matter who the Democratic nominee is, you’re either a liar or a fool. Or both. #JustSayin 

This is the core of Trumpism: this nihilistic cynicism and projection that everyone is equally corrupt, everyone acts like Trump.