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Donald John Trump: “You’re fired”

“You’re fired,” the short and blunt phrase, these two bitter words became the hallmark of the character Donald Trump was playing on the reality show “The Apprentice” in which he summoned a group of young people who, with rascality, vision and a little talent struggled to win $250,000 and a contract to run one of his companies. For 13 years and 14 seasons, the image of a triumphant, brave, first-class businessman Trump paved the way for him to be the forty-fifth president of the world’s first power.

Five days after the year’s most-expected election, former Vice President Joe Biden beats current President Trump eight points inthe intention of voting nationally. While historical trends indicate that 40% of the electorate stays home because of indifference and contempt for politics in general and is what makes united states with the lowest rate of   participation in any democracy.

These elections, for many reasons, are the most momentous for the world and for the country itself. On issues such as multilateralism, New Yorker’s contempt forand withdrawal from most international agencies is well known, from the UN Human Rights Council, CODEHU;áthe UN Refugee Agency of Palestine, and the United Nations Education, Science and Culture Organization, UNESCO and finally the world health organization, the most importantagency for the current health crisis.

Another reason to vote in this election is for a climate change denier to complete next month the withdrawal of the París climate fightingagreements, for Donald Trump, the economy must be protected above the environment. His most famousáphrase to justify the departure from the Paris agreements:  “I was chosen to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh (us city famous for its steel industry), and not those of Paris”

The racial issue, an argument that accompanied this election campaign from the beginning, the assassination of George Floyd and the “BlackLivesMatter” movement have marked the social agenda of the united states, the arc of the moral universe as Martin Luther King called it will move up or down from next week. Cohabitation is at stake for the first time in America.

The racial issue, an argument that accompanied this election campaign from the beginning, the assassination of George Floyd and the “BlackLivesMatter” movement have marked the social agenda of the united states, the arc of the moral universe as Martin Luther King called it will move up or down from next week. Cohabitation is at stake for the first time in America.

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