Re: "Now that Trump has been roasted, who will be the Next One?" (The Hill Times, Nov. 21, by Michael Harris). Donald Trump may indeed be on the road to irrelevance, but Trumpism (with both its perfume and stench) will not so easily fade. Whether removing restrictions designed to safeguard the environment for Big Oil, signing with Wahhabis—the largest military deal in U.S. history for the military industrial complex—or pulling out of a nuclear deal that Iran was respecting for AIPAC, Trump’s goal was always immediate political (and financial) returns, regardless of their long-term consequences. Statesmen consider these; populist hucksters don’t. But it is not only Trump. “It can probably be shown with facts and figures that there is no distinctly native American criminal class than Congress," Marc Twain observed. Trump is indeed vile. Unethical. Narcissistic. Buffoonish. He is everything his detractors accuse him of. And worse. I hope he runs for president, and wins. For if faced with the sad choice between a near-senile Biden (who never saw a U.S. war he didn’t support) and a narcissistic, but transparently opportunistic Trump, I would (holding my nose) choose the latter. I prefer my wolves undisguised. John DirlikPointe Claire, Que.