This week Donald Trump again made headlines by initiating the longest partial government shutdown in US history, and whilst political filibustering is far from an unusual case in American politics, it does appear that not a week has gone by without a Trump headline on the front pages of newspapers worldwide.
Love him or hate, him the president, who just celebrated graduating into the second half of his 4-year premiership, has been a divisive figure on the world political stage.
His bombastic rhetoric and unconventional leadership has captivated the imaginations of millions of potential presidential candidates, and compelled a significant group of business leaders to seriously consider throwing their hat into the ring. Here are a few of the key contenders to Trump’s top seat.
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