The Wall Street Journal‘s executive Washington editor Gerald Seib has been a fly on the wall of the Republican Party for the past 40 years. He joins NPR’s On Point to unspool the history that led up to President Trumpā€™s election in 2016, and chart the course of the GOP into the future.


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