Arab states need to send a clear message to Mr Trump: that hostility and discrimination against Arab Muslims cannot be left unchallenged.
It is historic; it is a big deal.
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A genuine lyric: “She’s a woman so gets treated unfairly / Ain’t nothing new motherf**ker she’s Hillary”
Beyond his own vanity, there is no sense of why Mr Trump even wants to be president.
There are 34 states up for Senate elections on Tuesday. The Democrats need to win 14 of them.
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Even if Trump narrows the gap in the polls, he has a sizeable electoral mountain to climb.
The choice in the US election is depressing, but there is a chance that a progressive left could yet emerge.
Angry, unpredictable, self-absorbed and a danger to the world – the many similarities between Donald Trump and Germany’s last emperor.
Hillary Clinton's bad news week hasn't shifted the fundamental picture.
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