Democracy in the US is increasingly fragile under Trump

Both Democrats and Republicans must act now to find credible nominees for the 2020 election.

23rd December, 2018

The very fact that Donald Trump’s Secretary of Defense James Mattis has resigned, joining a long line of discarded Trump appointees, raises the obvious question as to the fitness of Trump to remain in office. The churning in his cabinet appointments demonstrates without doubt that he was and is unsuitable for office and incompetent to discharge his functions as president.

After all, it was Trump himself who selected the long list of people...

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