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The president imagined that he could do unto Woodward as Woodward was doing unto him.
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Anna Deavere Smith to perform Festival opening. Virtual festival happening September 21–24 also features conversations with Hillary Rodham Clinton, Anthony Fauci, José Andrés, Padma Lakshmi, and Billy Porter