President Donald Trump’s ‘Most Quotable Quote’

US Presidents have a knack for making quotes that become famous nd memorable – like philosopher-kings. John F. Kennedy told his people: Ask not what your country can do for you, but rather, what you can do for your country. Below is what I think is Donald Trump’s most quotable quote that could be repeated… Continue reading President Donald Trump’s ‘Most Quotable Quote’

The Mike Pence Political Style

If there’s a phrase that describes outgoing US Vice President Mike Pence’s political style, it is “you don’t tell me what to do – I choose neutrality”. First his boss President Donald Trump told Pence – who doubles as the President of the Senate – to go all out to stop the acceptance of Joe… Continue reading The Mike Pence Political Style

Hiding Of Palliatives By Political Class Caused Coronavirus Second Wave In Nigeria

The biggest cause of the so-called Covid-19 second wave in Nigeria is that the political class didn’t distribute palliatives given to them to distribute. Some hid palliatives in warehouses while their fellow citizens were starving. If they hadn’t, many daily income earners wouldn’t have felt like going out each day during the lockdown to trade… Continue reading Hiding Of Palliatives By Political Class Caused Coronavirus Second Wave In Nigeria

Breaking: Pro Trump Protesters Invade Capitol Hill Steps

Pro Trump protesters have invaded the US Capitol Hill steps, protesting against moves to make Joe Biden US President-Elect. Offices are being evacuated. Officers are sheltering in their offices. A US Congresswoman has tweeted that she is sheltering in her office. Riot police has began evacuating Congress offices. Observers note that hundreds of protesters breached… Continue reading Breaking: Pro Trump Protesters Invade Capitol Hill Steps

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2020: Why Trump’s Approval Rating Is Such A Tricky Thing

It’s 3 weeks to the November election, and candidate Trump’s approval ratings show he is trailing Democratic candidate Joe Biden, sometimes by double digits. Deja vu! The same thing happened in the 2016 election. Right up to the eve of the election opinion polls predicted Trump would lose and Hilary Clinton would have a comfortable… Continue reading 2020: Why Trump’s Approval Rating Is Such A Tricky Thing