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The White House aspirants psychoanalysed

Their character traits may hint at how they will play the game as POTUS.
Friday, February 26, 2016 - 05:50

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton with her husband, the former US president Bill Clinton, as he stumped for her at a campaign event last week. Psychologists say she is ambitious and self-serving, dominant and controlling, alongside a ‘conscientious and dutiful’ nature.

AMERICAN presidential candidates are candidly revealing their perceptions and fears about the outside world. They are offering clues about what kind of foreign policy they will adopt, underlining the crucial role that psychology plays in diplomacy.

Their psychological temperament will

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