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Reaganism and Clintonism fade away

In its place, Americans have a government that believes that the country's trade partners threaten its economic growth, and that brakes should be applied to its immigration policy

President Trump wants to build up the US military - but as a way of protecting national interests, not as a strategy to secure global peace by working with the US' allies.

MANY ardent Trumpists like to compare the Republican politician they revere, the one occupying the White House, to another US president who has become a political icon as far as American conservatives and members of the Grand Old Party (GOP) are concerned.

Indeed, opinion polls suggest...