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Trump will be a president unlike any other

Dr. Danielle Vinson

Like others in the news media, The Columbus Dispatch attempts to predict the behavior of the incoming 45th President of the United States. Will President-elect Trump follow through with campaign promises? What policies and issues will he address first? Will his favorite mode of communication change? Will his style shift after he takes the oath of office? These and other questions are posed to Trump supporters and two university professors. About Trump’s style, Furman politics and international affairs professor Danielle Vinson says, “The style you see is the style you’re going to get. For everyone waiting for him to pivot, it’s not going to happen.”

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