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Republican civil war: what's the party’s future after the US Capitol attack?

The motives that drove a pro-Donald Trump mob to attack Congress last Wednesday ranged from hazy to proudly hateful. But the actions of certain ambitious Republican officeholders in the days leading up to the tragedy were not clouded by confusion.

Trump may have lost the election, but his movement was on the march, and for politicians hoping someday to succeed Trump as president, that meant an opportunity was afoot.

With Trump now finally accepting he will leave office, the future leadership of his movement is increasingly up for

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