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    America, You’ve Been Trumped!

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    We take a journey around the globe to ask what Trump’s Presidency means for Europe, the Nordic countries, the Middle East, Russia, China and Latin America.

    Donald J. Trump defied all predictions and rode to victory this morning after voters in the United States elected the billionaire reality TV star as their 45th President.

    We be devoted today's program to this monumental shift in US Politics and more specifically the impact and reverberations that are being felt around the globe in the wake of the result.

    From Europe, to Russia, to China, to Latin America and the Middle East — the decision America took yesterday is likely to redefine the world's most influential superpower and its relations worldwide for years, maybe even decades to come.

    In this action packed show we speak to: Peter Ungar from the Hungarian Green Party; Jorge Martin from Hands off Venezuela; Dr Eduardo A Gamarra from the Department of Politics and International Relations at Florida International University; Jan Oberg of the Transnational Foundation for Peace and Future Research in Sweden; Ane Halsboe-Jørgensen MP of Denmark's Social Democratic Party; Professor Michele Geraci, Head of China Economic Policy Program at Nottingham University Business School; Asa Winstanley of Electronic Intifada; Marwa Osman, Lebanese TV host and journalist and Peter Ford a former British Ambassador to Syria.

    You can find previous editions of World in Focus here.

    Tune in to Radio Sputnik five days a week for Sputnik’s daily current affairs program, broadcasting live from Edinburgh Scotland, with Jack Foster and Carolyn Scott.

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    US Election, US Presidential Campaign, Republicans, Democrats, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, China, Denmark, Venezuela, Hungary, Lebanon, Sweden, Middle East, Syria, Europe
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