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In this issue:
COMMENT
"Official Duties" by George Packer: Holding trump accountable.
THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"Embedded" by Andrew Marantz: Inside Trump's surreal press conference.
LETTER FROM WASHINGTON
"General Chaos" by Nicholas Schmidle: What Michael Flynn's downfall reveals about the Trump White House.
A REPORTER AT LARGE
"The Children’s Odyssey" by Lauren Collins: Europe is supposed to protect young, unaccompanied refugees. Why is it failing them?
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    HORRIBLE Narration

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