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Could 2019 sink Trump?

As the new year arrives, the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse are riding towards Donald Trump’s administration

30th December, 2018
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This was not a year that too much of the US will look back on with nostalgia. It was 1991 all over again when Brett Kavanaugh was voted onto the Supreme Court, while Christine Blasey Ford, who credibly accused him of sexual assault as a teen, was pilloried and demeaned by president Donald Trump and the Republican senators who rallied around Kavanaugh.

The judge took his place on the bench following a spittle-flecked, rage-fuelled performance which...

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