Presidential race could be a satire of a woman’s run for highest political office in the world
By Nancy Peckford, Grace LoreOct. 24, 2016
To ponder it fully, is crazy-making. The first woman running to be U.S. president is up against a man who has used his wealth and power to systematically degrade, debase and, more likely than not, assault a number of women.
OTTAWA—In just over three weeks, our neighbours south of the boarder will elect their 45th president. For many, the campaign can’t end soon enough. Count us among them.
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