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His pessimistic vision and warnings about immigration are appealing to many centre-right voters
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The first woman of colour to hold the office proves that no one is too powerful to escape justice
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The man behind the Israeli military spyware manufacturer must clean up the human rights questions surrounding its usage
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Many believe the president-elect has ambitions to become the Islamic republic’s next supreme leader
Her selection as head of the Federal Trade Commission is sending shockwaves through Wall Street and Silicon Valley