Republicans need to give Trump the Hoover treatment and cut the loser loose

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In 1932, after losing decisively to Democrat Franklin Roosevelt, former Republican President Hebert Hoover bucked presidential norms and became an outspoken critic of his successor in the White House.

Driven by personal grievances, Hoover wrote several scathing books and disparaged Roosevelt and the New Deal in speeches. In 1940, seven years after leaving the White House, he sought the Republican presidential nomination. But the GOP rejected the unpopular former president, knowing he would likely lose again. 

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