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He was president of Princeton University and governor of New Jersey. He plans to run for a third term for governor and wants to advise the Democratic field on climate policy.
But in the event that you cannot, actually, bring us together—if a defeated Trump continues to hold sway among the Republican base and your Republican colleagues, if the Republican Party continues to demonize Muslims, and immigrants, and transgender people, or accuses you of supporting infanticide, or attributes your success to mass fraud or the machinations of a Jewish banker, if, in short, the election of another African-American, or a woman, or a socialist, or even a liberal, has the effect not of lessening political divides but of deepening them severely—how, exactly, do you intend to govern this country?
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