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    albeit

    In the following paragraph:

    Mr Trump is a promoter of paranoid fantasies, a xenophobe and an ignoramus. His business consists of the erection of ugly monuments to his own vanity. He has no experience of political office. Some compare him to Latin American populists. He might also be considered an American Silvio Berlusconi, albeit without the charm or business acumen. But Mr Berlusconi, unlike Mr Trump, never threatened to round up and expel millions of people. Mr Trump is grossly unqualified for the world’s most important political office.


    who is "without the charm or business acumen"? Mr Trump or Mr Berlusconi?

    thanks..

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    Re: albeit

    Mr Trump.
    I am not a teacher.

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