Trump will soon lead what is still the most powerful country in the world, and we shouldn’t break with it until or unless we have to.
“I will be President for all Americans.”
It’s easy, even comforting, to stick a simple narrative onto the election result. But it would be a mistake.
“He promises us a new beginning.”
“We will have a friend in the White House, someone who likes this country.”
A crushing win for Trump in the state that has a history of backing the winner.
“Today is our independence day.”
The Democratic campaign draws to a close.
A poll of nearly 30,000 voters reveals both Trump and Clinton supporters expecting to feel “fear”, “concern”, “disbelief” and “despair” if their candidate loses.
Plus: John Rees-Evans’s bizarrre views. May’s flourishing line in jokes. Trump’s chances of winning. And: let Article 50 be put to a vote in Parliament and let’s get on with it.
Plus, I interview Howard Dean, Hector Gomez and Steve Schmidt.
Be it Johnson, Stein or McMullin – at least vote for someone who wouldn’t tarnish the office.
He seems to have been gaining some ground before the FBI announced its recent investigation.
Now the spotlight turns on the Democrat candidate.
“The comfort for the Republican Party right now is that as bleak as things seem… their saviour may be out there figuring it out without anyone really even knowing it.”