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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “The Trump Card, with Nigel Farage: What’s next for Donald Trump?” – below is their description.
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Nigel Farage was the first to tell you Donald Trump would win the presidential election. So where did it all go wrong? And what does his departure really mean for global populism? In his first interview since last week’s violence in Washington, he tells The Telegraph’s chief political correspondent, Christopher Hope why the Republican Party could soon split, and warns that if social media companies continue silencing Mr Trump, then what fills his place could be “very sinister indeed”.
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