No one expected a show of civility when Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton faced off in their first presidential debate on September 26, so nobody was disappointed. Photo: AFPNo one expected a show of civility when Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton faced off in their first presidential debate on September 26, so nobody was disappointed. Photo: AFP
No one expected a show of civility when Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton faced off in their first presidential debate on September 26, so nobody was disappointed. Photo: AFP

As Trump, Duterte and Putin prove, respectful leaders are in short supply today

Paul Letters says the animosity seen in the current US presidential race is reflected in the lack of civil leadership styles elsewhere

Topic |   US election: Trump v Clinton
No one expected a show of civility when Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton faced off in their first presidential debate on September 26, so nobody was disappointed. Photo: AFPNo one expected a show of civility when Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton faced off in their first presidential debate on September 26, so nobody was disappointed. Photo: AFP
No one expected a show of civility when Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton faced off in their first presidential debate on September 26, so nobody was disappointed. Photo: AFP
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