Will The Global Anti-establishment Movement Make Donald Trump President?
The political anti-establishment movement is global.
Last week, a majority of British voters supported a referendum favoring Brexit, the British exit from the European Union.
The European migrant crisis, the rise of terror and global competitiveness driven by a bureaucratic maze resulted in British voters in favor of the Brexit.
Importantly, the same issues are troubling Americans especially the feeling the U.S. government is not representing the will of the people.
Will the anti-establishment wave be strong enough to elect presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump for president?
In this week’s edition of “The Buzz," Deneen describes the details and motivations of the anti-establishment movement here and abroad and the implications for the presidential election.