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Donald Trump tackles politics and eggs

From left: New England Council president Jim Brett, Donald Trump, and Steven DiSalvo, president of Saint Anselm College.

From left: New England Council president Jim Brett, Donald Trump, and Steven DiSalvo, president of Saint Anselm College.

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Businessman Donald Trump, whose spectacular comb-over reminds us of Christian Bales’s hair souffle in the Oscar-nominated film “American Hustle,” was the featured speaker at Tuesday’s politics and eggs talk at Saint Anselm College sponsored by the New Hampshire Institute of Politics and the New England Council. Trump, who’s good friends with Pats owner Robert Kraft, was doubtless as disappointed as the rest of us by the team’s lackluster performance in Sunday’s AFC Championship game.

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