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When Donald Trump first announced his candidacy for US President last year, he was immediately met with a tidal wave of scorn and derision. His was a joke candidacy, we were told, intended merely as a publicity stunt, and he would soon withdraw from the race.
Watching from the other side of the pond, I was already well aware of Donald Trump as a self-publicising US property developer who wrote his own name on more or less everything he built, much like the famed Kilroy who carved “Kilroy Was Here” wherever he travelled. At the time I wasn’t aware that he was also a celebrity in America as one of the judges on The Apprentice TV show, much like the tycoon Alan Sugar in the UK’s equivalent show.
It’s been some 15 months since Donald Trump announced his candidacy, and the scorn and derision has never let up for a…
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