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  • "I can't imagine that too many people are happy with the current nine-soon-to-be-10 guys on stage format. Right now, I only want to see more of about half these guys," Mr. Geraghty said.

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  • Now it's the cake," says National Review contributor Jim Geraghty, who points out that the "post-Cold War celebrity president" is now a very real entity.

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