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An interesting argument, but you never actually lay out any actual dangers associated with Trump's positions. You leave the dangers of Trumpism to be nebulous and intangible, either because you assume the reader to be fully invested what makes Trumpism so dangerous in comparison to your triumvirate of libertarianism, traditional conservativism, and neocons - a disparate group that as often opposes one another as it presents as unified front.

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