Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Donald Trump Against the World

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There is virtually no group of people or country that Donald Trump, the US Republican Party's presumptive presidential nominee, has not insulted or disparaged. What accounts for Trump's extraordinary success, and what would his abrasive political style and unpredictable, often reckless behavior portend for America and the world?

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