If we want to resist the Trumpification of politics, what we need is restraint, duty and incorruptibility.
The US election was a contest between obvious vulgarity and devious vulgarity.
Twitter users are predicting the first hissy fit the President-Elect will throw when he takes office.
After jokingly predicting a Trump presidency in a previous episode, the shows creators responded to the billionaire's shock victory.
The evangelical Christian ideologue will push his anti-abortion, anti-gay agenda.
My only advice to those, like me, worrying about the possible impact of the president-elect on gay rights is to use humour to counteract the gloom.
This election result sends the message to little girls that even if you work really, really hard at something, your abuser will still end up winning.
Revisiting the battleground state, which delivered a shock victory to the Republican candidate.
The result of the US presidential election was fuelled by economic anxiety not racism.
The parallels between the US president-elect and the British fascist leader are too striking to be ignored
The early signs of what a Trump presidency will look like aren't good.
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