Much of President Donald Trump’s image revolves around an aggressive, alpha dog persona. It appeals to many men and women in America. One anthropology professor argues it could be tied to an “untethered misogyny” and white privilege among white Americans.
How Trump’s hyper masculinity plays with voters
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