November 16 -- When you first encounter the word “populism,” you might think it’s a close cousin of democracy, with all the positive connotations that go along with it. And for some, it may well seem a purer form of a process by which politicians harness the will of the majority. Republican Donald Trump’s electoral-college victory over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton last week was an unprecedented triumph of populism in the U.S. In the coming months, the wave of populism will take aim at the Netherlands, Austria, Germany and France. LSE Political Science Fellow Brian Klaas, Citigroup Global Markets Global Head of Equity Trading Strategies Antonin Jullier and NN Investment Partners Head of Multi Asset Strategies Valentijn Van Nieuwenhuijzen discuss with Francine Lacqua on "Bloomberg Surveillance."