Ascendancy of the backlash class
As a detente between Russia and the US comes into view, is Trump heading for impeachment - or the history books?
Pull up a seat: civil war has broken out in the US.
There are now two Americas, and the one that loves guns and opposes abortion, that wants to close the door to asylum-seekers and immigrants, and that is indifferent to gay marriage and the LGBT agenda, has just taken over.
There are more than 60 million of them in this America, and they have sacked the political class, put a billionaire reality TV star...
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