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Party dissidents and critics say that the uncharismatic Milanese management consultant, who is far from a household name even within Italy, is the bland Big Brother of an Orwellian party that could shake up all of Europe.
Poe, Rey and Finn- the new heroes we're supposed to fall in love with - are uncharismatic and bland.
The attack line had been previewed by the president’s personal lawyer, Marc Kasowitz, who read a hasty, uncharismatic statement at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., the day before.
But thanks to his close ties to Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the soft-spoken, uncharismatic cleric is now considered perhaps Rouhani’s most credible challenger, despite wobbles.
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