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Diary

Chris Mullin’s diary: The unexpected wisdom of Donald Trump

Plus: Piers Morgan, Ted Cruz, hopes for Hilary Benn, and why the Conservatives should get rid of Trident

13 February 2016

9:00 AM

13 February 2016

9:00 AM

While browsing in Barter Books, the wonderful secondhand bookshop in Alnwick that is fast becoming a national institution, I came across a volume of Piers Morgan’s diaries, covering his two years in the United States, judging America’s Got Talent and taking part in Celebrity Apprentice (the Alan Sugar role being played by one Donald Trump).

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Chris Mullin is a former Labour minister and the author of three volumes of diaries.

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