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In struggle against pandemic, populist leaders fare poorly

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Boris Johnson (l), Prime Minister of Great Britain, welcomes US President Donald Trump before the start of the working session of a NATO summit. WASHINGTON (AP) - The countries that top the rankings of COVID-19 deaths globally are not necessarily the poorest, the richest or even the most densely populated.

But they do have one thing in common: They are led by populist, mold-breaking leaders.Populism in politics means pushing policies that are popular with “the people,” not the elites and the experts.

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