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‘I Am Not Sad. I Am Really Not Sad’: Trump’s Twitter Reply-Guys Reckon With a Post-Trump Era

What happens when your archnemesis is gone?

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Most mornings for the past five years, 62-year-old Jeffrey Guterman has woken up in his Florida home, made coffee in his kitchen, and sat down at his computer to tweet out taunts to the president.




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