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Ukraine-Biden whistleblower affair shows what Team Trump thinks of us

What offends me most about the whistleblower-Ukraine-Biden story isn't the obvious corruption of it all. It's the way members of Team Trump assume we're all idiots who won't notice they've abruptly shifted their narrative.

At first, it seemed like a familiar scenario of allegations met with denials. The Washington Post reported that a "U.S. intelligence official" who had worked at the White House and had access to communications between Trump and a foreign leader was so alarmed by something Trump "promised" that

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