by Alf Rehn
The Donald is easy to hate. He can be a buffoon, a bore, a bellicose and belligerent vulgarian, and many find him massively offensive. This is particularly true among people who see themselves as progressive thinkers, who are intrigued by the next big thing, and who profess a love of innovation. Among the creative class, the very mention of Trump is more likely to elicit guffaws than admiration. To many the very notion that he could be studied for insights into creativity might seem like a distasteful joke. And yet I maintain we . . .
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