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David Rennie, Washington Bureau Chief for The Economist, discusses global economic outlook and the rise of populism. A firm believer that "you cannot understand any country by sitting at your desk," he talks about his experience on assignment at the Cummins plant in Indiana and the conversations he had with workers and local Trump supporters.
Washington Bureau Chief of The Economist
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David has been Washington bureau chief and "Lexington" columnist of The Economist since 2012. Before that he was UK political editor and "Bagehot" columnist of The Economist and before that he was EU correspondent and "Charlemagne" columnist of The Economist. No other journalist at the magazine has written all three of those columns. The postings have given David a front-row seat as economic woes and populist political forces have upended the global world order that some had thought was settled. Over the years David has interviewed heads of state, heads of government, cabinet secretaries, and countless elected politicians and newsmakers, and reported from more than 50 countries.
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