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>> Because you'd be in jail.>> Secretary Clinton.>> Saying the things thought to be un-sayable, behaving in ways assumed to be disqualifying.>> He referred to my hands. If they're small, something else must be small. I guarantee you, there's no problem.>> And with nothing
f limits in public debate, Donald Trump, with no government experience and no apologies, won the primary and might win the presidency.
This is Trumpism and regardless of who prevails for the White House, Trumpism will leave a mark on American politics. Reuter's campaign correspondent, James Olefonte.>> Trump's biggest contribution to this political cycle is the suggestion that personality, if you forgive the phrase, Trumps anything. Giving his own version of the campaign his own version sometimes effects, his own version of the race has really allowed him in a way, to define a new style of political campaigning.
>> The style may endure longer than the substance. But the shrinking proportion of aging white voters in the US, mimicking Trump's anti-immigrant, anti-trade stances, might not get future candidates very far. But borrowing from Trump's calling for playbook, that's another matter.>> I will tell you at the time, I'll keep you in suspense.
>> All politics now is now is indistinguishable from a reality show, so that new candidate inspired by Trump will realize that what they basically have to do is run on personality, celebrity, social media. That issues don't necessarily matter, that facts don't necessarily matter, that promises don't matter, and even policies don't matter.
>> What all this means is that many of the things Americans said they liked least about this campaign, could be the most replicated next time.