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Why Mr Trump was elected

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President Donald Trump was elected because both republicans and democrat parties failed to listen to voters. Politicians and political parties don't understand and will not accept the in parts of globalisation on communities  within the industrialised countries.

Globalisation is designed to expand and increases wealth of few. Globalisation is about cheap labour in return for maximum profits.

Globalisation didn't only affect the common voters, it also affect nations power by shifting wealth from democratic nations to communist nations.

The biggest looser is US. The half of US trillions debts is own to China. China  has been  financing the US government for the pass 15 years by buying treasury bills.
Owner: Larry
Created on: 11 Jun 2017, 09:36
Last updated on: 11 Jun 2017, 09:44
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