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What do Brits think of Trump? The polling

Only 15 per cent think he will be a good president

By Andrew Hawkins  

Supporters listen to President-Elect Donald Trump’ ©Van Tine Dennis/ABACA/ABACA USA/PA Images

When polled by Comres, two-thirds of Britons feared that President Trump “makes the world a more dangerous place.”

Ariana Grande cried, the Dalai Lama declared he had “no worries,” and Piers Morgan congratulated his “friend” on his victory. While the world comes to terms with Donald Trump’s election, the President-Elect is appointing his top team. He has, perhaps predictably, tapped several multi-billionaires, but has also set about making…

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