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Family values: why Trump's children are key to his re-election campaign

Amid pandemic and economic collapse, Don Jr, Eric, Ivanka and their partners play key roles in a fierce fight for survival * Meet the president’s surrogates and strategists It begins with dramatic music and slick graphics – skyscrapers, clouds, big screens, the roar of a helicopter and chants of “Four more years!” Then come clips of Donald Trump Jr mocking Barack Obama and Joe Biden, and hurling red “Keep America Great” caps into a crowd at a rally. A fireball darts across the screen, trailing the word “Triggered”. Then, with slicked-back hair, designer stubble and a green-checked shirt unlikely to win any fashion awards, the president’s son hosts his own online show. Continue reading...
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