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Dressing for crisis: Donald Trump's "disaster ensemble"

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IN THE PAPERS - Friday, January 11: Papers continue to process the DR Congo election, with French papers wondering if the country should accept Félix Tshisekedi's alleged victory as a "concession in the hope of transition." For the Washington Post, Donald Trump's clothing choices are proof the president is trying to manufacture a crisis at the Southern border. We also look at the foreign leaders trying to co-opt France's Yellow Vests and why your grandparents are likely to send you fake news.

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