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The above could be said for Donald Trump‘s young presidency. It could also describe the new season of House of Cards, which premiered Tuesday on Netflix. Now five years in, the show exists very much within its own ecosystem and bears very little resemblance to how real-world political intrigue plays out.

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House of Cards has always pulled from the headlines. The political Netflix series, starring Kevin Spacey and RobinWright, thrives on mirroring the

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US President Donald Trump speaks with Russian President Vladimir Putin © Carlos Barria © Reuters. The moment before Russian president Vladimir Putin and his American counterpart Donald Trump locked palms has been compared to a scene from the popular political drama ‘House of Cards.’

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All of Donald Trump's Houses, in Photos. From Palm Beach's Mar-a-Lago to Seven Springs in Bedford, New York, here are all of the president's own properties.

  www.townandcountrymag.com

A new season of 'House of Cards' finds Donald Trump in the Oval Office, but the direct-to-camera insight just isn’t the same. Still, Melania’s done a fine...

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DONALD Trump's meeting with Vladimir Putin has been compared to a scene from Netflix political drama House of Cards. One particular exchange between the US and Russian presidents appeared strikingly similar to a sequence from the show where Kevin Spacey's Frank Underwood reaches out to...

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The fourth season is still fun, but the grim, satisfying resonance with the present is gone in the age of Donald Trump. Did the show’s cynical view of politics contribute to making its own commentary obsolete?

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House of Cards' features carry a certain urgency in the age of Donald Trump.

  fortune.com

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