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VERBATIM: Voters wanted to 'shake things up'

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We are going to have to guard against a rise in a crude sort of nationalism, or ethnic identity, or tribalism that is built around an us and a them. And I will never apologize for saying that the future of humanity and the future of the world is gonna be defined by what we have in common, as opposed to those things that separate us and ultimately lead us into conflict.
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A pretty healthy majority of the American people agree with my world-view on a whole bunch of things. And I know that that begs the question, well, how is it somebody who appears to have a very different world-view just got elected? As I said, sometimes people just feel as if we wanna try something to see if we can shake things up.
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And that, I suspect, was a significant phenomenon.