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In age of Trump, apocalyptic rhetoric becomes mainstream

Under Obama, some conservatives warned of an existential threat to the nation. Now, liberals are using similar language. The concerns are not baseless, some experts say. But intensifying partisanship is a key driver.

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February 22, 2017

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The hair of Elena from Dresden is blown by the wind as she takes a selfie atop the visitor's platform of the Maintowers in Frankfurt, Germany on Wednesday.

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