Now the GOP can repent for the Trump era by denying him the nomination

Source: Washington Post
by George F Will

“Running for president in 1968, Alabama Gov. George Wallace thought he spotted a problem: ‘We got too much dignity in government.’ Thirteen presidential elections later, voters solved that problem. Now they can make amends by closing the Donald Trump parenthesis in U.S. history. The first, and almost certainly the last, public service for which he is actually responsible is his decision to run again. This gives the nation an occasion for self-correction. When the Republican nomination is denied to him, as is increasingly probable, he will, of course, pronounce the process rigged. By then, few will care. Among the Republican nominating electorate, Trump has a floor of forever Trumpers, but the floor is sagging.” (11/15/22)