Chapter 17Leadership in Theory and Practice

Presidential elections in the United States are momentous events for America and the world, and this was never more true than in the elections of 2016 and 2020. In 2016, the pitched battle between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump sent shockwaves around the globe and was unprecedented in many ways. Clinton was the first woman nominated to run for president by a major party, while Trump was the first major candidate who had no previous political or military experience. Polls predicted a Clinton win, and she won the popular vote, but Trump achieved a victory in the Electoral College. In 2020, when Donald Trump ran for re‐election against the Democratic nominee, former Vice President Joe Biden, the ...

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