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Draining Donald Trump

19 August 2017

9:00 AM

19 August 2017

9:00 AM

Big Brother is now stage centre in American political life. The recent appearance in the Washington Post of the transcript of a private conversation between President Trump, flying back from Germany on July 8, and his son Donald Trump Jr. is a case in point. If the president of the United States, ensconced in the exorbitant security of Air Force One, cannot feel free to speak his mind, then who can?

For most of the anti-Trump brigade, with some honourable exceptions, Big Brother in this case is doing America a favour.

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