Ali Rizvi’s theory is that the most charismatic candidate is bound to win any presidential election. It has always been the case since presidential debates were televised in 1960. Even when the victor has a low charisma, his opponent had even less. It’s sobering: John F. Kennedy was a charismatic, and Richard Nixon was not, […]
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