The Antitrust agenda of a billionaire populist President

December 05, 2016

Donald J. Trump was elected President as an atypical Republican, reflecting a brand of populism more commonly associated with the left wing of the Democratic Party. In the antitrust world specifically, Trump’s public dialogue appears to break from traditional Republican caution, suggesting an enforcement call-to-arms that echoes more the rebrand speeches of Senator Bernie Sanders than the measured approach of either President Bush.

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Article published in Concurrences Journal, N° 4-2016, www.concurrences.com