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For the past couple of weeks, the world has been guessing at how U.S. President-elect Donald Trump will behave in office and what policies he will pursue, following a long campaign full of contradictory statements.What Trump has achieved, Berlusconi pioneered. Like Trump, Berlusconi is a businessman who made his first fortune in real estate. The comparison between Trump and Berlusconi is far from superficial. In fact, Italy's experience with Berlusconi – or il cavaliere (the knight), as he is known in his country – provides six clear lessons for Americans and the world on what to expect from Trump.Berlusconi, too, has been consistently underestimated by his opponents.The fifth lesson is that Trump will probably continue to prize loyalty above all else in his administration, just as Berlusconi has.In the end, however, there is one key difference between Silvio Berlusconi and Donald Trump.
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