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‘Broke Don’ versus ‘Sleepy Joe’

‘Broke Don’ versus ‘Sleepy Joe’
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By William McGurnIf imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, as Oscar Wilde tells us, Joe Biden just paid Donald Trump a compliment. It’s a nickname: “Broke Don”.It’s also a terrible idea.Broke Don made its debut in an email from the Biden-Harris campaign. The missive was pegged to the Federal Election Commission’s release of the latest campaign financial reports. The FEC reports the incumbent president raising more campaign money than his Republican rival, with US$71 million (NZ$118.5m) cash on hand. That...

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