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To Mohammad Fairouz, a leading U.S. composer whose work seeks the universal in the present day, policy experts have it wrong when it comes to President Donald Trump.People who come out of the entertainment industry do," Fairouz told AFP over an evening of contemplative conversation at his home studio in New York City.With his background in reality television, Trump, to Fairouz, is "all about optics" – even when the new president takes actions that are highly controversial.Asked if Trump could be the subject of a future opera, Fairouz responded without hesitation: No.Fairouz sees as misplaced the depictions by some on the left who see Trump as Hitler.Fairouz sees Trump, who enhanced his political career with false claims that then-President Barack Obama was not born in the United States, as part of a deeper strain of anti-intellectualism on the U.S. right.
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