The late Hugo Chavez and Donald Trump share similarities in their attempts to use illness for political gain.
(THE ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Even though they occupied different ends of the political spectrum, Donald Trump and the late Hugo Chávez share one thing in common — their attempts to use illness to benefit them politically.
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Who’s behind that Twitter feed?
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Will answering in the affirmative ever be politically neutral again?
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