Trump defining civic deviance way, way down

And it's probably good for the GOP in 2016

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Candidate Donald Trump has gotten away with a dazzling amount of civic crime. He has been well compensated in early popularity polls, if not yet in actual votes and convention delegates. This could turn out nicely for the eventual Republican nominee, who will certainly look normal, qualified and statesmanlike compared to the deviant Trump.

Dick Meyer, DecodeDC's chief Washington correspondent, digs into what Trump's ultimate impact might be on 2016 campaign

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