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A Donald Trump debate

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In this special episode of Americano, The Spectator‘s UK editor Fraser Nelson explores Trump’s candidacy with political commentator Deroy Murdock, and The Spectator‘s economics editor Kate Andrews. 

They debate the influence of his rhetoric on American politics. How important is language? Will his achievements as president be enough to secure his re-election? Does personality Trump policy? 

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US politics and analysis, delivering in-depth discussions with the best American pundits. Presented by Freddy Gray.

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