The problem: American history has proven Hobbes wrong.
Italian history — in the 1930s and more recently — has insights on checks and balances in the United States.
China will find it tough to make further inroads into Latin America.
The items in his list range from things clearly within the president’s unilateral authority to those that will require a fair bit of cooperation from others.
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The official precinct data prove it.
There weren't millions of fraudulent votes.
We checked, county by county.
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