Adam Robertson Charlton dissects the politics behind the politics, and how the candidates coming forward to be US President in 2020 will fare in next year’s presidential elections.
It is not an understatement to say that the world is infuriated with the policies and presence of President Donald Trump: from the 4.8 million participants in the Women’s Marches worldwide to the thousands in the UK protesting his banning of refugees and nationals from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen. The hope that […]
If you asked me after the first Republican debate in August whether I thought Donald Trump or Bernie Sanders stood a chance at being nominated for the 2016 presidential elections, I would have laughed. Not out of amusement, but because of how the American political system works. Outsiders never make it in, revolutionaries are bought out, and the establishment […]
My disdain for the tone of Donald Trump’s campaign for the presidency in 2016 knows virtually no bounds. From advocating torture “a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding” to labelling Latino immigrants as “criminals” and “rapists”, his views feel morally reprehensible. Yet the more I watch his political manoeuvring, the more impressed I am […]