The idea of Donald Trump attending the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, is a bit like mixing oil and water.
Like many on the Davos guest list, the U.S. president is both a prominent world leader and billionaire businessman. Unlike most of them, he also champions nationalism and economic protectionism, views that rarely receive a platform at the world’s largest annual celebration of globalization and the global elite who love it.
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