Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have taken the US Presidential race by storm, each defying their party establishments and promising radical change. Why are people so drawn to them? DW News reports from the New Hampshire Primaries.
The German capital felt the "Bern" as the Democrat excoriated the current US president in a speech to university students. The iconoclastic senator repeatedly termed Donald Trump's policies "horrific."
The former vice president turned environmental activist says the US will stick to the Paris Agreement despite Donald Trump's opposition. He also accused the current president of censoring scientific information.
Translating Germany's political parties into American equivalents is a difficult but revealing proposition. Where would Republicans and Democrats, conservatives and liberals, fall in the German landscape? DW maps it out.
Democrats need to win back Trump supporters by fixing their own mistakes instead of taking potshots at the president, a US studies scholar told DW. He also explains why Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton were out of touch.
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