Czech voters in the country's hardscrabble heartland voted on Saturday to give the populist pro-Russian incumbent Milos Zeman a second five-year term in the East European country's largely ceremonial role as president.

The 73-year-old Zeman doubled down on his bombastic populism and anti-immigration stance that bears an uncanny resemblance to US President Donald Trump to attack the intellectual pro-European Prague elites.

Using the same condescending tone that Trump employed during his suc...


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