We must understand Donald Trump

Only by understanding Trump can we hope to eventually contain and surmount him.

As in the last World War, we will have to find a whole gamut of tough and thoughtful leaders to put Donald Trump in his place by making the people once again believe in social unity, goodness and rejuvenated democratic institutions, writes John Trent. Photograph courtesy of CNN screen capture


PUBLISHED : Monday, Nov. 28, 2016 12:00 AM

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