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This editorial was originally published by the New York Evening Post many years ago, about William Randolph Hearst (1862-1951), a rabid newspaper magnate:
''It is not simply that we revolt at Hearst's huge vulgarity; at his front of bronze; at his shocking unfitness mentally for the office he sets out to buy. All this goes without saying.
''It is well known that this man has a record which would make it impossible for him to live through a Presidential campaign - such gutters would be dragged, such sewers would be laid open...
''It is not a question of politics, but of character. An agitator we can endure; an honest radical we can respect; a fanatic we can tolerate; but a low voluptuary trying to sting his jaded senses to fresh thrill by turning from private to public corruption is a new horror in American politics ... ''
By substituting the name Trump for Hearst it is seen that nothing has changed in American politics in the last 100 years; even the editorials being recyclable.