The real estate developer and reality TV star bowled over 16 Republican contenders in the presidential primaries with his flair for showmanship and his espousal of populist positions on business and the economy, before slipping under the radar of most pollsters to claim the presidency in a historic upset victory.
Unlike his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, who was expected to continue to a large degree along a similar ideological path to that of her predecessor, President Barack Ob
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