Can Trump Win?
By: Ron Cheong – September 25, 2016
Not Mexican but Berlin Wall
If Donald Trump wins the US elections, he will not need his wall to keep out undocumented workers, murderers and rapists. But he may well need it to keep in those who can from fleeing his version of the United States of America.
Ironically, the most powerful country in the world, one that sees itself as holding the moral high ground, bringing pressure on regimes around the world to uphold human rights, open markets and democracy; somehow finds itself in a dilemma in which an unprincipled, duplicitous, candidate stands within a hair’s breadth of becoming the 45th president of the United States of America. In so doing he would become the successor to one of the most respected statesmen of the modern era.
It seemed that The US and the world had taken a huge leap forward when Barrack Obama was elected to the presidency in 2008. This seemed to signal the ushering in of a new era of hope, led by the US which had achieved a new level of enlightenment and maturity.
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