Hail to the Chief (Part VI)

What will historians make of Donald Trump’s presidency? Graham Stewart discusses with Jeremy Black

In this week’s Black’s History Week podcast, Professor Jeremy Black, author of Altered States, talks to The Critic‘s political editor, Graham Stewart, about how posterity – or at any rate some historians – will treat the presidency of Donald Trump. Revolutionary? Visionary? Perpetuator of a long-established isolationist tradition or the architect of a realist foreign policy for the 21st century? An aberration? Or a symptom of deeper and unresolved divisions in American society that consensus politics did not – and may not – overcome?

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