What kind of Donald Trump will the world see in 2017? Will we get a tantrum-prone president who continues to use Twitter to stir up diplomatic discord, or will a more strategic version emerge who listens to his advisers and seeks guidance from friends such as Henry Kissinger? In this episode the academic and author John Bew tells Serena Kutchinsky and George Eaton why he thinks we are entering a new, very masculine, age of 19th century-style power politics. (Serena Kutchinsky, John Bew, George Eaton)
Caroline Crampton on Donald Trump’s ultimate fixer: his son-in-law, Jared Kushner
Was BuzzFeed right to publish the Donald Trump “golden showers” dossier, asks Anoosh Chakelian.
Donald Trump’s Twitter attack on Meryl Streep reveals why he won, says Tom Seymour.
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