US Election 2016: the winners and losers
More than a few profited from the dirtiest US presidential in history
There have been more snakes than ladders in what may have been the least edifying presidential campaign in US history. But where there’s muck, there’s brass. And more than a few bit-players have profited amidst all the mud-slinging.
His multiple campaign appearances are a reminder of the euphoric highs of the 2008 campaign. Each time he reminds voters he’s not on the ballot, it triggers a Mexican...
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