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Ian Hislop’s elite blindspot

8 April 2024

6:13 PM

8 April 2024

6:13 PM

A common attack line against populist politicians such as Nigel Farage or Donald Trump is that their attacks on contemporary elites are in some sense inauthentic because they themselves are members of those elites. Trump is, after all, a billionaire who has been prominent in New York corporate circles for almost half a century.

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