Journey out of darkness: a US presidential inauguration like no other

Journey out of darkness: a US presidential inauguration like no other

As Joe Biden’s inauguration takes place behind a ring of steel in Washington DC, the world waits to see if he can restore America’s standing – and what Donald Trump will do next

17th January, 2021

Impeachment II may be destined to suffer the same fate as most horror sequels: poor reviews and even worse box office receipts. It features the same villain, Donald Trump, only more menacing this time round – and an even more preposterous plotline. The same cast of characters – aside from bit part players who met with gruesome ends in the original – are ready for their reprise.

But even with hitherto unimaginably high stakes (just...

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