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We finally agree on something. :-)
I do not think you would find anyone disagreeing there. It was horrendous.
This is a very dangerous time until Biden takes over. There are new sanctions against Iran, and firings of top officials are now in the offing. Revenge is lurking.
Donald Trump has fired his defence secretary, Mark Esper, in the latest sign that the transition to a new Biden administration in January is going to be turbulent on both domestic and foreign fronts. Esper was fired by tweet on Monday afternoon, with the president declaring he was "pleased to announce that Christopher C Miller, the highly respected director of the National Counterterrorism Center...Read more from MSN
Trump v Biden: What a corker! For tickets to see Jonathan Pie LIVE in 2021 go to https://www.jonathanpie.com/
He is amazing! even if his mother should have washed his mouth with soap.
Biden isn't taking over. ;-)
Trump will make hay whilst the sunshine's in his closing 2/3 months , Iran will have to see if Biden is going to be easier to deal with or not and if not where and what to do is their question.
Whether Biden can heal the rift in the US will be seen , if his policies are seen as too left then he will merely create a greater deepening divide if during his term he should through health / age step down and Harris take over then IMO she will need to step with great care .
Biden's first 100 days will be absolutely critical
And it pretty much killed her career.
I don't see Trump focusing on foreign policy when there is nothing in it for him.
I would look closely at the contracts he awards to companies with no bidding process.
He'll be lining his pockets and looting the treasury on his way out.
Karl Rove reportedly encouraged the president to pursue an essentially no-bid contract worth billions with a company where he-along with fellow Fox News regular and Trump ally Peter Thiel-is an investor.Read more from Vanity Fair