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The idea of elected officials having a moral duty seems almost quaint in light of what we’ve gone through with Trump’s presidency.

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A $9,500 fine for lying about his misdeeds at a Vegas casino? The ex-councilman betrayed Los Angeles, and now he needs to serve time for his crimes.

Republicans will have to abandon the lies they’ve perpetrated — starting with the one about Trump winning the election — before we can all get along.

For a while, Donald Trump seemed like a new breed of human predator. But as he slinked off the national stage, even his last-gaspers had to concede they were licked. And so was he.

Whites who feel threatened by the rise of Black political power have often romanticized the founders to justify violence.

Having Brooks on stage was a way to reach out to the entire country, including his fans in red states.

With echoes of Lincoln, Biden’s inaugural address was a repudiation of the era we’ve just passed through.

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As the country grapples with the role of systemic racism, The Times has committed to examining its past.

All presidential elections are uniquely consequential, but a good case can be made that the next one is the most important of our lives. The time has come to undo the great mistake of 2016 and drive Trump out of office at the ballot box.

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