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Will we be seeing a return of Donald Trump?

Following the 2022 U.S. Midterm elections, I was ready to write Donald Trump off from making a political comeback. Trump’s handpicked candidates lost Senate and Governor races that should have…

The non-retirement of a defeated man: the consequences

When Joni Mitchell said that you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone, I’m sure she was being sincere. Except with Donald Trump, we found out two weeks prior…

The long transition- how Progressives may find themselves cut out of a Biden presidency, and why that may not matter

Joe Biden is choosing to restore the old White House furniture from the Obama administration, borne out of ideological preferences and political pragmatism. But whilst this so-called ‘return to normalcy’…

Dear Democrats: reform or perish

“At this defining moment, change has come to America”, declared Barack Obama upon winning the presidency in 2008. And the truth is it should have been a defining moment, and…

Biden has clinched the election, but the US is as divided as ever

At time of writing, three days after the final US election ballot was cast, the identity of the next term’s President remains shrouded in mystery (or, at least, unannounced). Biden…

It’s Debatable: Has President Trump been good for America?

In the aftermath of Donald Trump’s acquittal, and the lead up to the 2020 US election, Molly McCracken and Jacob Robbins debate the impact of the Trump administration over the…

Trump tactics: victimising rhetorics and a call to action

On 30 September, four days after a Congressional hearing related to the Ukraine scandal that has engulfed the White House, President Donald Trump suggested on Twitter the arrest of Representative…

The 2020 US elections: will immigration be the tipping point?

The US is readying itself for the 2020 elections, and as Trump makes another bid for power through the second term of presidency, the Democrats are going through a major…