Fear and loathing in Trump tower
After his stunning victory, Donald Trump is doling out the plum posts for his White House, sparking off a round of vicious infighting among his cronies
As the new kakistocracy enters its 12th day today, much of America remains stunned by the political, cultural and social earthquake that saw its democratic foundations buckle and lurch towards the far right.
It’s unclear where and when the tectonic plates of the new order will settle; the days since Trump was declared winner of the Electoral College vote have done little to reassure Americans who are fearful for their country’s future....
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