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All American presidents have made spectacles of themselves – and there’s nothing wrong with that

By Maurizio Valsania, Professor of American History, Università di Torino
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A president’s persona is always a public act. In that way, Trump's shtick – vulgar man of the people – was not exceptional. And every president has had to invent his version of the role.

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