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Tuesday night massacre: Trump’s Watergate moment

By Ameen Izzadeen The moment of truth has come for the United States. But in politics, truth is rarely told — and if told, it is told for a self-centred motive. Therefore it is naïve to assume that the embattled … Continue reading

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Self-centred US gets the Trump it deserves

By Ameen Izzadeen Americans came out in their thousands to protest against the election of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States. Today is the 17th day since they first took to the streets on November 9 … Continue reading

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Trump Presidency: Fear is the Key

By Ameen Izzadeen We said last week that it was too early to judge the United States’ president-elect Donald Trump, notwithstanding his outrageous campaign utterances. But as days pass by, our fears are only increasing however much we say “give … Continue reading

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US election: Not a battle between good and evil

By Ameen Izzadeen The most unfortunate outcome of the November 8 election for the White House is that one of the candidates is going to win. As Election Day nears, the establishment, which includes the embedded media, has begun to … Continue reading

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Why this Trumpophobia?

By Ameen Izzadeen It is an inexplicable irony that New York-based billionaire businessman Donald Trump is winning the Republican race even as the party hierarchy is up in arms against his push to become the next President of the United … Continue reading

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Virtual war criminals on Republican list for presidency

By Ameen Izzadeen The Republican Party’s debate on Tuesday in Las Vegas looked like nothing but a competition to decide who among the party’s nine presidential hopefuls was the most ruthless of all. Perhaps with the exception of Senator Rand … Continue reading

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If Trump is joking, the joker is knave

By Ameen Izzadeen Until Monday, the debate used to be whether to take Donald Trump seriously or not. Notwithstanding his lead position in the Republican race for the presidential election 2016, Trump, who often comes out with outrageous remarks, is … Continue reading

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