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Podcast: Trump disapprovingly branded African nations as S-Hole nations. Look who is acting like despots from some of those nations now.

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So we now know for sure that an election loss is not after all a bitter pill to swallow for disgruntled African Politicians only.

By refusing to concede defeat to Joe Biden in what US authorities are calling one of the most secure elections in US history, Trump has shown the world that he has something in common with some of the third world's pariah authoritarian Presidents.


Who knew that we would ever reach a point in time when the leader of the World's beacon of Democracy, a man who disparagingly referred to African nations as S-Hole nations would start acting like despots from some of those nations. Interesting times we are living in.

Plugin and have a listen, below to my short analysis.

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John on Sunday, 22 November 2020 19:16

Whenever therefore a contest of any nature, there's bound to be a winner and a loser. There could be a draw of some sort but there's is always a system employed by the governing authority of that particular contest to ensure that at the end if it all, a winner finally emerges.
The losers always can't bare the brunt of the loss from the contest so others will appeal the decision of the authority while others will back down but painfully.
This is now happening to Mr. Trump after the American presidential elections that were recently concluded. He flaunts his appeals around in an effort to get back into office for a second term. The gust of emotions running through him is edging him to a murky side of history.

Power corrupts even the most gentle and afable human beings of course with all due respect Mr Trump is not the gentle and afable type. If I were close to Mr Trump I would daringly ask him to get a grip on himself and stop with the multiple personalities he's been exuding all along because his theatical days on TV are unfortunately over.

Whenever therefore a contest of any nature, there's bound to be a winner and a loser. There could be a draw of some sort but there's is always a system employed by the governing authority of that particular contest to ensure that at the end if it all, a winner finally emerges. The losers always can't bare the brunt of the loss from the contest so others will appeal the decision of the authority while others will back down but painfully. This is now happening to Mr. Trump after the American presidential elections that were recently concluded. He flaunts his appeals around in an effort to get back into office for a second term. The gust of emotions running through him is edging him to a murky side of history. Power corrupts even the most gentle and afable human beings of course with all due respect Mr Trump is not the gentle and afable type. If I were close to Mr Trump I would daringly ask him to get a grip on himself and stop with the multiple personalities he's been exuding all along because his theatical days on TV are unfortunately over.
Wetaya Richard on Wednesday, 25 November 2020 06:38

Haha, I agree.

Haha, I agree.
Francis Owori on Wednesday, 02 December 2020 07:13

Your good at this bro

Your good at this bro
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