Saturday June 6, 2020

Biden could derail another four insufferable years of Trump

Only when we escape from the bizarre wrecking ball of the current US presidency will we begin to understand it. But for now, the priority is to avoid a second term of it

30th June, 2019
Joe Biden on the campaign trail in Washington DC earlier this month Pic: Getty

If it were the plot in the opening chapter of a potboiler, readers might dismiss it as outlandish. A Middle Eastern ruler, angered at a campaigning journalist’s attacks, decides to silence him. Then, on discovering that he is visiting one of his overseas embassies, the ruler sends in a team of killers including an expert sawbones.

Multiple reports claim that they drug and suffocate the journalist before dismembering his body and stuffing it...

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