Niall Ferguson analyses the #USElections result

Niall Ferguson, Harvard Historian and Economist, has noted that only surprising issue about Donald Trump becoming the new US president is the fact that the Democratic Party ran a weak candidate like Hillary Clinton.

The only thing that is surprising is that the Democratic Party took the enormous risk of running a weak candidate like Hillary Clinton so that explains why Trump is president-elect.

Niall Ferguson, Harvard Historian and Economist.

Ferguson says Trump had the perfect recipe to become popular.

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