Has the moment of truth come and gone in Trump’s America?
By Les WhittingtonJun. 27, 2018
Only half of U.S. citizens stand in opposition to their president’s continuing personal, ethical, and governmental outrages.
The basis for the U.S.’s global leadership—vast power leavened with restraint—has been called into question by President Donald Trump’s sabre-rattling and willingness to exploit U.S. strengths for narrow, self-interested purposes, argues Les Whittington. Photograph courtesy of Global Affairs Canada
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