Wednesday, 12 April 2017

Historians have no more idea than anyone else about what is going to happen

'If you bother to read some of the serious analysis of Trump's support, you realize that it's a very fragile thing and highly unlikely to deliver what he needs in the crucial first phase of the primaries. ... By the time we get to March–April, it's all over. I think there's going to be a wonderful catharsis, I’m really looking forward to it: Trump's humiliation. Bring it on.'
At the World Economic Forum annual meeting at Davos in January last year a lot of people were worried about Donald Trump, but not British historian Niall Fergusson.

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