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How to choose a leader

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Submitted by Leon Kushner (Canada), Dec 13, 2017 at 11:01

Daniel, who would you prefer to lead your country (the most powerful in the world btw)?

1. A person who tweets, a poor communicator, who sometimes makes tasteless comments but who's policies will likely keep you safe or
2. A smooth cookie who always says the right thing and is an excellent communicator but whose policies will likely keep you in peril?

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