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David Frum has been an outspoken critic of President Trump since before he took office. He sees Trump’s presidency as a symptom of the country’s diminished commitment to liberal democracy.
As he watched Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination unfold, his biggest concern was that Kavanaugh’s confirmation would be a significant step toward a more politicized Supreme Court, a Court that might have to rule on Trump’s presidential powers.
- David Frum Senior editor, The Atlantic; author of several books including "Trumpocracy: The Corruption of the American Republic"
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