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Donald Trump’s rise seen through The Economist’s covers

WHEN Donald Trump announced that he was running for president in June 2015, he was dismissed as a joke. By the time we first featured him on the cover of The Economist three months later, though we took a rather playful approach to the art, it was becoming clear Mr Trump was being taken seriously by a significant proportion of Republican voters. And as we warned our readers “it would be a terrible thing if Mr Trump became the nominee for the party of Lincoln and Reagan”, we too recognised his increasing significance in the primary races.
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