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Thanks To Recent Crash Course In Nepotism, Americans Now In A Better Position To Understand Why Turkey’s Currency Crisis Is Likely To Get Worse

Americans have learned a thing or two over the past 16 months about the prospective pitfalls of allowing a President to put his son-in-law in charge of important projects like, say, bringing peace to the Middle East.

Of course the U.S. is new to the authoritarian regime club so egregious nepotism has been met with some pushback from the country’s previously free press and also from voters who didn’t cast their ballot for Donald Trump, which is most of them.

But you know, “give it time.” Eventually, dictators wear down the populace and a weary public,…

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