Maybe Fianna Fáil needs more people like Peter Casey

He may have made some unwise comments, but the Dragon did appeal to a sizeable portion of the electorate who feel unloved and unrepresented

4th November, 2018

As the presidential election campaign moved into its final stages, Peter Casey was increasingly being compared to Donald Trump. To be fair, he lacks the bountiful blond tresses, and I am pretty sure that he doesn’t Sellotape his tie to his shirt.

In fact, if we take a more detached view, I suspect that the only thing Casey has in common with Donald Trump is his ability to tap into the irks of...

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