Populists critical of the EU’s power increased their share in the continent’s Parliament after elections to an estimated 25% — about 5% more than 5 years ago, but less than what some expected. This follows big election victories for populists around the world. Here & Now‘s Peter O’Dowd speaks with Derek Thompson (@DKThomp), senior editor at The Atlantic.
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