Hillary Clinton greets a weeping staffer after publicly conceding the presidential race to Donald Trump on Wednesday in New York. Maybe a monthlong timeout from partisan posturing would be good for the country, Bill Whalen writes.
Hillary Clinton greets a weeping staffer after publicly conceding the presidential race to Donald Trump on Wednesday in New York. Maybe a monthlong timeout from partisan posturing would be good for the country, Bill Whalen writes. Andrew Harnik The Associated Press
Hillary Clinton greets a weeping staffer after publicly conceding the presidential race to Donald Trump on Wednesday in New York. Maybe a monthlong timeout from partisan posturing would be good for the country, Bill Whalen writes. Andrew Harnik The Associated Press

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November 10, 2016 12:00 PM

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