by Conor Friedersdorf

What an interesting feud. Both men are willing to use the ugliest kinds of propagandistic nonsense as a cudgel against ideological adversaries. The ironic result is that in their current contretemps, each is capable of landing devastating blows merely by pointing to indefensible stuff the other has actually said in the past.

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