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What does the South think of Trump 14 months on?

By Colm Flynn

Fourteen months after Donald Trump entered the White House, RFI's correspondent Colm Flynn travelled across six of the southern states of the US and asked people who had voted for him how they feel about him now. Some of the answers were surprising, as he reports here.

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