An end to Trumpism
THE EDITOR, Sir:
As the world's biggest buffoon leads his circus, on a daily basis, those who are well thinking, in the US and across the world, long for a day when he will no longer haunt America and the world's political landscape, and our TV airwaves.
The best chance that America and the world has, to stop Donald Trump is via the ballot boxes, in mid-November, or via impeachment. The good thing is that two likely outcomes will happen in the not-too-distant future and, moreover, the two are not mutually exclusive. In other words, if/when the Democrats win the House and, hopefully, the Senate, too, once the newly elected members of the those two bodies are sworn in, impeachment hearings will begin.
Last, most well-thinking, decent, law-abiding and patriotic Americans, and, I highly suspect, the majority of the world, have had enough of the world's biggest buffoon's divisiveness, narcissism, vulgarity, disrespect, lies and racism. Hopefully, the mid-November elections will catalyse the beginning of the end of the Trump presidency.
Patrick Gallimore Pagalley@protonmail.com