Is Donald Trump’s campaign the American Brexit?

There are lessons about the potential outcome of the American presidential election in the U.K.’s Brexit vote back in June. Brexit will, over the long-term, undoubtedly damage the British economy; however, for all the histrionic outpourings of liberal commentators, British society will undoubt...
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