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A fictional memoir written in the voice of Donald J. Trump features 204 exclamation points, nine uses of “trust me,” five instances of “look it up,” 133 cases of “really” (including five “really, really” and two “really, really, really”). That’s all in the book, okay? (“Okay?” appears rhetorically 14 times.)

“You Can’t Spell America Without Me,” a satire by actor Alec Baldwin and journalist Kurt Andersen due out Tuesday, doubles as a dictionary for the commander-in-chief’s singular brand of language. Its authors, both Trump…

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