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PARIS LEES

Shameless politicians give bigots’ private thoughts a voice

THE NEXT PRESIDENT of America has been decided. If it felt like a big election, it’s because it was. As Michelle Obama said of Trump’s shameful, bigotry-based campaign, this is “not politics as usual.”

What is most disturbing, though, is that throughout the election, poll after poll put support for Trump at around 40 per cent. Those people do not suddenly disappear after the election. Millions of them are happy to ignore and, indeed, endorse Trump’s bigotry — and that terrifies me.

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