The Permanent Campaign: Failed President Held More Fundraisers Than Previous 5 Presidents Combined

Original Title:The Permanent Campaign: Failed President Has Held More Fundraisers Than Previous 5 Presidents Combined Let’s look at the bright side. When he’s out there shaking down his fatcat supporters he’s not actually working, so there’s the chance he’s actually doing less damage. But I guess in keeping with his adoring media we can call this historic and unprecedented.

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