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In a way, Australia’s national election was the perfect opportunity for Australians to get to know one another.

The country is a close-knit, cosmopolitan place with strong ties to both the US and China.

And Trump’s win is one that could affect the future of relations between Australia and the US.

In Australia, there is still a lot of work to do in terms of bridging the gaps, particularly in terms with the country’s multicultural society.

The election result has made this work much harder.

So the next big question is how do we understand what Trump meant to Australians, and what is Australia’s response?

The US President’s win had a significant impact on Australians’ political thinking, and the future relationship between Australia’s two countries.

As we know, there are a number of factors that go into the way that a country votes, including the candidate it chooses, the candidate they are running for office against, and a host of other factors.

The way that Australia votes can also have a major impact on the country as a whole.

Australia is the largest democracy in the world, with a population of about 1.3 billion.

The United States is the second largest, with about half that number.

Both countries are also democracies, with elections held in the most populous US states.

However, Australians are much less likely to vote for a candidate in their own backyard than Americans.

A number of polls show that only about one in four Australians will vote for their representative in the US Congress.

There are other reasons for this, as well.

First, the country has a relatively small number of electoral college votes, meaning that a candidate who gets enough votes to win an election gets to be on the ballot paper for the next election.

It’s not that Australians don’t care about politics; they do, and there are plenty of them.

But many are likely to just vote for the guy who gets elected.

This is also true for many other countries.

In Britain, for example, more than one-third of voters in the national election in 2020 backed Brexit, with the party’s leader, Nigel Farage, claiming victory despite not winning a single seat.

The result of that election was an extremely close race, with both the Conservatives and Labour winning seats.

So there is some support for the idea that the UK’s electoral system is more representative than Australia’s.

The Electoral College The Electoral Commission of Australia has a wide range of rules for the way it decides which parties can enter into government.

This includes deciding which seats are worth voting for, and which candidates are eligible to stand for office.

The commission also decides whether candidates who are ineligible can stand for election.

This can result in a lot more scrutiny than simply choosing a candidate from a ballot paper.

The current system was established in 1922, when Australia’s first prime minister, William Pitt the Younger, was elected to the House of Representatives.

In the US, the Electoral College is set by the winner of the popular vote.

This means that the party that gets the most votes is elected to power.

This system has been used since 1876, when the popular election of the first president, Andrew Jackson, led to the creation of the Electoral Reform Act of 1876.

However the act was repealed by President George Washington, who wanted to abolish the Electoral Commission.

Since then, the process has remained the same, and only four electors are elected each time.

The winner of an election is determined by an all-party group of electors called the National Convention.

This group then meets to elect the next president.

In this case, Trump won the popular presidential vote, meaning he was elected president of the United States.

However this didn’t stop the National Conventions from being wary of Trump, because they believed he was too unstable to be a good president.

They decided to keep him on the ticket and try to make him more acceptable to the US public.

This included a number to make it easier for people to vote by using paper ballots.

As well as the electoral college system, Australia also has a two-party system.

In 2017, the Australian Labor Party (ALP) and the Greens were able to enter into a coalition government, which saw them form a government with the Liberal Party.

This meant they could form government without having to run for office, and also the two parties could have a majority of seats in parliament.

However it was not a very successful government, and it took some time for them to form a coalition.

The new coalition also included the Liberal National Party, which had been part of the ALP until the early 1980s.

The two parties are still technically in government, but they have a more difficult time getting a deal on policy.

This, in turn, has contributed to a general lack of trust in the political system.

This lack of confidence has meant that the ALP has been unable to get much traction in Parliament, with little support for policies such as a national childcare scheme, or a carbon tax.

In contrast, the Greens have had