Tom Nuttall

Berlin Bureau Chief for The Economist

Berlin Bureau Chief for The Economist

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Buckle up.

Impeachment

Buckle up.

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We’re not talking about the hamberders.

Supersize Lies

We’re not talking about the hamberders.

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President Trump has harsh words for European leaders at the beginning of his visits, but by the end, he says it's all fine. Is it all fine?

Trump Tackles Europe

President Trump has harsh words for European leaders at the beginning of his visits, but by the end, he says it's all fine. Is it all fine?

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