Life after Trump: what’s the future of the Republican Party? | The Economist

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Donald Trump has finally accepted that a presidential transition from his administration to Joe Biden’s should begin. We answer your questions on what the Republican Party could look like in a post-Trump world.


00:00 Trump’s impact on the Republican Party
00:35 Party support for Trump
02:16 Trumpism after Trump
05:37 The era of “alternative facts”
06:56 The GOP in a more diverse America
08:40 The outlook for 2024

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