Thesaurus / demagogue
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Devolving nominations to party voters raised the risks of elevating a demagogue.

Just because a demagogue leaves office doesn’t mean the political fractures he left in his wake will instantly heal.

Essentially, they didn’t want a wild man like a demagogue to get elected.

The oldest man living does not remember to have heard any demagogue breathe a wish for separation.

Reorganization gives the demagogue his chance; and often his literary lyddite strikes close.

Here also is a definition which really isn't very bad in its way: Demagogue—a vessel containing beer and other liquids.

Mark Twain's SpeechesMark Twain (Samuel Clemens)

The arts of the demagogue and the threats of the socialists will no longer be effective with the laboring masses.

Unless he is to some extent a demagogue, he cannot be a poet.

Varied TypesG. K. Chesterton

Leveller, demagogue, and Jacobin I am not; but for the rest, who knows—who knows?

Lewis RandMary Johnston

He was a belated knight-errant with a decided touch of the demagogue.

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