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Trump lived up to the nickname by disrupting in ways we never could have imagined possible

Robert Schmuhl


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Fuelled by Donald Trump’s message to “fight like hell”, his supporters stormed the Capitol in Washington last week, leading to the deaths of five people. Photo: Reuters/Shannon Stapleton

Fuelled by Donald Trump’s message to “fight like hell”, his supporters stormed the Capitol in Washington last week, leading to the deaths of five people. Photo: Reuters/Shannon Stapleton

Fuelled by Donald Trump’s message to “fight like hell”, his supporters stormed the Capitol in Washington last week, leading to the deaths of five people. Photo: Reuters/Shannon Stapleton

A short matter of weeks after a tycoon-turned-TV star started campaigning to become US president in 2015, pundits christened him with a new nickname: “Donald the Disrupter”.

Following his first months as America’s most powerful elected leader, the label was revised. He became known as the “Disrupter in Chief”.


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