Saturday January 25, 2020

Looking increasingly deranged, Donald Trump just can’t conceal his nastiness and tackiness

The Republican candidate is beginning to look increasingly deranged

14th August, 2016
Donald Trump; Hes mad, bad and dangerous Pic: Getty

L anguage in politics has consequences and its meaning is always in the ear of the audience.

One of the differences between our usage of the English language and the US dialect is the conversational meaning of the term “mad”. In the US, “mad” mostly means “angry”; they use the word “crazy” rather than “mad” to connote insanity.

In the case of Donald Trump, people...

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