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- Jon Huntsman in America’s Republican presidential primary in 2012;
- Angela Merkel in Germany’s 2013 election;
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- Narendra Modi and his Bharatiya Janata Party in India’s 2014 election;
- David Cameron and Nick Clegg in the United Kingdom’s 2015 election;
- Mariano Rajoy’s People’s Party and Albert Rivera’s Citizens in Spain’s 2015 election;
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- Emmanuel Macron in France’s 2017 election;
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- The Democrats in Italy’s 2018 election.
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