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American President: North-West England and Ronil Singh

american president: Carl de Souza/AFP/Getty Images Many pundits believe centrism is dead as a viable political movement a thesis spurred on by recent global events, according to Rabble. The election of an American President who refers to an ethnic group as potential rapists and murderers is unprecedented in the modern post-war era. Ronil Singh Then British prime minister Tony Blair L stands next to former U.S. president Bill Clinton after the latter's speech at the annual Labour Party conference at the GMEX Centre in Manchester, north-west England, 27 September 2006. But Trump is not an anomaly. From Europe to the Middle East to Asia and even Latin America, populist nationalism appears to be on the march. The last decade has seen several rabble-rousing right-wing leaders rise to prominence worldwide. ( As reported in the news.