LONDON – European governments often fret about the outcome of the United States presidential election, but they always try to maintain a polite silence about who may be their favourite candidate for the White House.
This year, however, Europeans found it particularly difficult to keep silent, since the US poll on Nov 3 will not only decide the future of the relationship between the two continents, but can also be interpreted as an indirect verdict on key European governments.
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