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Post-Trump Republican Party Likely to Continue Most of His Policies, but With Less Bombast

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Post-Trump Republican Party Likely to Continue Most of His Policies, but With Less Bombast

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Republicans face some tough questions as they head into the political wilderness with Democrats in control of the White House, Senate and House of Representatives at least until 2023. The biggest question is what about the man who pulled off a miraculous upset to win the White House in 2016, but who now leaves the Oval Office much as he entered and occupied it: Bombarded with criticism and now confronted with newly empowered Democrats bent on exterminating him and his supporters from public life. Depending on how President Donald Trump conducts himself in the months ahead, he could remain the dominant figure in the Republican universe, according to Republican office-holders and campaign strategists interviewed by The Epoch Times since the Jan. 6 confrontation at the U.S. Capitol. “I certainly don’t think the impact of Trump in the Republican Party or in Republican politics is going away just because of everything …

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