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The president has responded to electoral defeat by displaying the same incompetence that has defined his time in office.
The American constitution was not designed for a candidate who refuses to concede defeat.
But this election is remarkable not for the ways in which it is like 2016, but for the ways in which it is different.
In the environment of “alternative facts” that the president has helped to create, many are asking why they should believe that he has Covid-19.
The people of the United States are weary of military intervention abroad; they want their leaders to start fighting for them.
If the nominee is confirmed, five of the nine justices on the court will have been appointed by presidents who lost the popular vote.
This year's RNC showed that in place of a policy platform, the Republican Party is relying on personality and power.
Covid has accelerated changes that have been decades in the making, bringing about the end of utopian politics and its dystopian consequences.
An academic survey shows the American Republican party ranks as one of the worst in the world when it comes to standing up for the rights of ethnic minority groups.
The US president’s daughter has confirmed that she, in common with others on the political fringes, denies widely accepted truths about society.