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  • Trump: North American caudillo?

    For some Latin Americans, there is a stinging familiarity hearing Donald Trump rail against the “disgusting” this and that. It reminds them of home. While Trump comes from the opposite political spectrum of former Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez, some Latinos see a similar style in their populist boasts and brash attacks on opponents.

For some Latin Americans, there is a stinging familiarity hearing Donald Trump rail against the “disgusting” this and that. It reminds them of home. While Trump comes from the opposite political spectrum of former Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez, some Latinos see a similar style in their populist boasts and brash attacks on opponents. Franco Ordoñez / McClatchy
For some Latin Americans, there is a stinging familiarity hearing Donald Trump rail against the “disgusting” this and that. It reminds them of home. While Trump comes from the opposite political spectrum of former Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez, some Latinos see a similar style in their populist boasts and brash attacks on opponents. Franco Ordoñez / McClatchy

Is Donald Trump just another Latin American strongman?

June 30, 2016 3:20 AM

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