Populists and Trumpians: Down, but not out

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By mislabelling the problem, mainstream politicians risk ignoring the real electoral challenges they face.

Jonathan EyalGlobal Affairs Correspondent

Populists and Trumpians: Down, but not out

Supporters of US President Donald Trump in Doral, Florida, on Nov 29, 2020.

PublishedDec 1, 2020, 5:00 am SGT

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As the transition of United States presidential power moves into higher gear this week and Mr Donald Trump grudgingly signals that he won’t remain in office after January, the impending arrival in the White House of President-elect Joe Biden and his team is being hailed by commentators as signifying more than just a change of government in Washington.

For it is also seen as marking a broader defeat of populist leaders around the world, a mortal blow to all those who, like Mr Trump, have risen to power by smashing decades, if not centuries, of “respectable” political debate and norms with simplistic anti-establishment appeals to the “lowest instincts” of their electorates.

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