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In a healthy political party deciding which candidate will be its future, members and voters disagree, yell at each other, call each other names, and try to get their preferred candidate to win. And then, whoever emerges victorious, the rest of the party coalesces behind them and finds what they can support about him or her. 

That's what Republicans and the GOP need to do, and that's what we're doing right now regarding Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis, but we need to do it in a way where there isn't some point of no return.

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