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Creative Discussions: What does the Donald Trump presidency mean for the creative industries?

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No-one would have believed, at the dawn of the 21st century, that within 20 years we would soon witness the election of the first reality TV American President. The cult Mike Judge (of Beavis and Butthead and Office Space fame) film “Idiocracy” might have predicted such a horror back in 2006, but that film was set in the year 2505. So, by that reasoning, we're actually about 500 years ahead of schedule! Regardless of where you stand on the political divide, it's almost impossible to argue against the fact that

 

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