Without trivializing the word fascist – maybe Trump is not a fascist – it is clear that his actions are dangerous.
The decisive factor for the Republicans is Trump’s popularity, not in terms of general public opinion, but among Republican voters.
Trump’s band of enablers and the generality of his supporters, are bereft of any modicum of objectivity and sadly, seem to lack critical thinking skills.
[T]he predominant belief among [Mexicans] interviewed who say they are very interested in politics is that Trump will be removed from office.
[I]t is obvious that Democrats have failed in their attempts to damage Trump.
<i>A voluntary resignation of U.S. President Donald Trump is not expected</i>
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Arguably, however, it is America’s extraordinary ability to assimilate and leverage immigrant talent – not to mention defending America’s allies when called for – that has made the United States a superpower.