The tycoon is riding the wave of anti-elitism, which is sweeping the United States.
<i>Donald Trump’s defeat was predictable, and Bernie Sanders will also soon realize that you cannot win elections with enthusiasm alone.</i>
Hardly a word in the political reporting on the primaries in the U.S. leads to a craze as fast as “momentum” does. As soon as a candidate is a bit further ahead in a poll [Read more]
We don’t have to give a damn about him either. He’s just one man, made objectionable by never being questioned. If you doubt how damaging that can be, just look at what it’s done to his hairdo.
Does he really want to destroy America and the Republican Party’s reputation in the eyes of an already hostile world?
What's the big deal, you'll probably tell me. A member of parliament called the Americans "killers of the people" live on the SKAI channel. It's as if he opened his wardrobe, found a pair of bell bottom pants, preferably low-waist, and put them on to go to the reception, proud of his classic taste. It does not matter [Read more]
In 1995, BBC journalist Selina Scott prepared a profile for Donald Trump, contender for the Republican presidency, which eloquently highlighted his unscrupulous egocentrism and misogyny. Since then, as she herself revealed, Trump has not left her alone and kept sending her offensive letters about her appearance and her [Read more]