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How is President Trump likely to govern? Here’s what we know.

President-elect Donald Trump with Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee, during his election victory event in New York in the early morning hours of Wednesday. (Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

What does political science know about how President-elect Donald Trump is likely to govern? TMC has run a variety of posts on aspects of this question. Here you go:

How populists lead and how they affect their voters

How Trump’s proposals may work in practice

How a president’s power may (or may not) be constrained by the U.S. system of government

What’s coming for the Republican Party