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Whatever you think of Clinton as a politician, it's undeniable that she has been castigated for her ambition in a way her male rival has not.
One is the much-mocked outsider who has put a spring in the step of the grasroots, while horrifying an elite that has lost two elections in a row. The other is Jeremy Corbyn.
Radicals don’t wake up one day and join Isis or Al Shabaab. Extremism fills a gap; preying on people who feel lost, confused and excluded from society.
The South African president, the country’s economy and even the future stability of the political system, are now in question.
Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton is all-but-inevitable.
The question now is whether Trump can do to Hillary Clinton what he did to the Republican establishment.
What happened - and where do the Republic's politics go from here?
“The 1 per cent aren’t the only ones getting screwed this election season.”
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