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As real-life politics begins to reflect satire, Alexandra Sadler defends the magic of parody.
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Alexandra Sadler doubts Trump’s proposals will ever materialise.
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At first, it seemed unfathomable to many that Donald Trump would even survive the primaries let alone present a serious challenge to the Democratic nominee….
This past year has threatened the foundations of democratic process across the board. I’m happy to sit here and say that every process I’ve witnessed…