U.S. Elections: Impact on Europe

Echoes of Trump

Print edition : December 09, 2016

Donal Trump greeting U.K. Independence Party leader Nigel Farage during a campaign rally at the Mississippi Coliseum in Jackson, Mississippi, on August 24. Photo: JONATHAN BACHMAN/AFP

Marine Le Pen of the National Front in front of a poster for her 2017 French presidential election campaign in Paris, France, on November 16. She will be mounting a challenge like never before. Photo: CHARLES PLATIAU/REUTERS

Jeremy Corbyn of Britain's Labour Party. He has been vociferous in his opposition to the racism, sexism and discrimination of Trump's campaign while recognising the disenfranchisement he tapped into. Photo: Jonathan Brady/AP

Theresa May, British Prime Minister. There is much anxiety within the British government over the future relationship with the U.S. Photo: NIKLAS HALLE'N/AFP

Trump’s election raises a number of questions for Europe, particularly around the extent to which his victory will impact the politics of the continent.
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