Trump Unleashes An Army Of Sore Losers

The down-ballot parroting of Trump’s baseless claims of widespread voter fraud began right after the election. But in the weeks since, it has evolved into a self-sustaining phenomenon of its own. Republican candidates for House, legislative and gubernatorial races in more than half a dozen states are still refusing to concede. Read Here | Politico

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Sharp Divisions On Vote Counts, As Biden Gets High Marks For His Post-Election Conduct

More than two weeks after the presidential election, there are sharp divisions between voters who supported Joe Biden and Donald Trump over nearly all aspects of the election and voting process, including whether their own votes were counted accurately. Read Here | Pew Research

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Trump’s Scorched Earth Farewell

It’s that on almost every front from COVID-19 response and economic rescue plans to the fate of hotspots such as Afghanistan and Iran, the outgoing president is sowing chaos within his own administration that has left every world capital in a muddle and President-elect Joe Biden in a bind. Read Here | Foreign Policy

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Mini-Trumps In The Wilderness

After four years of hiding behind Donald Trump while they dismantled their countries’ democratic institutions, populist leaders in Poland and Hungary have suddenly found themselves exposed and out in the cold. Poland’s ruling Law and Justice party, in particular, should be preparing for an overdue reckoning. Read Here | Project Syndicate

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Why China Isn’t Congratulating Biden

China has no illusions that a Biden presidency will reverse the Trump administration’s hard line… For now, however, Beijing is clearly nervous about Trump’s final months in power. As long as Trump continues to contest the election result, Biden should not expect a congratulatory call from President Xi Jinping. Read Here | Foreign Policy

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Donald Trump For President In 2024?

“Once you’ve lost it’s hard to gain the momentum you need to win the nomination and then the general election. That’s especially true since most presidents are reelected,” Jonathan Krasno, professor of political science at Binghamton University, said. But history says it wouldn’t be impossible. Read Here | The National Interest

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Divided State Of America

Whether Trump wins or loses, Trumpism has come to stay. It will remain an active force in US politics. American democracy has had to deal with racial and class divides time and again in its history. However, a nation or society being divided along lines of prejudice is one thing, for it to be defined […]

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