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After January 6, Peter Meijer thought he could help lead the Republican Party away from an abyss. Now he laughs at his own naïveté.
The manager of Windows on the World survived 9/11, while 79 of his employees died. He’s still searching for permission to move on.
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A Michigan Republican spent eight months searching for evidence of election fraud, but all he found was lies.
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The Wisconsin governor is the second Republican candidate to pull the plug on his campaign.
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