The fall of the man who invented Trump’s wall

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“I know a predator when I see one,” Kamala Harris assured viewers during her acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention this week. This thinly veiled reference to Trump gained even more relevance when Steve Bannon was arrested on Thursday. You know, the architect of Trump’s 2016 campaign, especially the central theme of building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. Or perhaps you remember his more…

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International relations analyst, writer and professor at the IE School of Global & Public Affairs. www.alanamoceri.com / @alanamoceri.

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Alana Moceri

Alana Moceri

International relations analyst, writer and professor at the IE School of Global & Public Affairs. www.alanamoceri.com / @alanamoceri.

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