U.S. Presidential Campaign Trails (in chronology)
From the first African-American president, to the first woman to come close to the Oval Office, to the first Twitter hashtag turned president, the U.S. presidential campaign trail is hardly accused of being boring. The campaign trail draws in with both theatricality and red tape. Each season renewed fascination: the excited vigor of Barack Obama's 2008 campaign, 2012's bellwether restrictions to press access by Mitt Romney, Donald Trump's incendiary 2016 campaign, and a thickly populated Democratic candidate field against a nearly impeached president Trump in 2020 -- as foreground to an uptick in anti-press violence, hate crimes and general totalitarian behavior across the world as in the United States.
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