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New wine on new bottles

Reader comment on item: There's a Name for Trump's Brand of Politics: Neo-fascism

Submitted by Kesselman (Denmark), Apr 10, 2016 at 14:13

I've always looked to Daniel Pipes to get reliable comments about the Middle East politics and else. And I've to admit that I see Donald Trump as the most promising presidential candidate. So, how am I standing here? – My first advice to this dilemma is to wait and see. The liberals have an apparent interest in demonizing Trump – and all others have got accustomed to the soft pussy talk presented by Obama.

Finally, I'll say that some harsh rhetoric given by Trump is a welcome antidote.

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