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Podcast: It's the Climax: Trump or Biden, who will emerge victor of the 2020 US Presidential Election?

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In this Podcast, I cast an eye on the most important day in the American electoral process, which dawned yesterday. It coincided with the nomination of firebrand Ugandan Politician /Musician, Bobi Wine as a Presidential candidate.

As the day progresses, many global citizens, myself included, will be watching keenly as one of the most momentous Presidential elections in American history reaches a climax. The world is waiting to see how the scales will tip.

Plug-in and have a listen, below;  

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John on Wednesday, 04 November 2020 19:43

Wow! That was information well handled and presented. The coincidental happenings in the Ugandan political scenes and the American elections surely have our ears and eyes sharpened to get the developments in real time as they happen, or so as we would wish.
It's important to note that Biden even through the unkind path of insults and demeaning sentiments thrown his way by his opponent Trump, he remains a gentleman and pushes forward Waddling forcefully through them. If this was a battle of words, it's very clear that Trump is surely a mouthful and he would rise up as the definite victor but alas, it's more than just words, it's reputation, it's about the livelihoods of Americans and the lives that America influences all over the world and this creates anxiety all over the world. It's said that those who do not learn from history are blamed when they make the same mistakes (not quoted exactly as it's said) so the incumbent is still strong until the last minute.
The last man standing will be the winner.

Wow! That was information well handled and presented. The coincidental happenings in the Ugandan political scenes and the American elections surely have our ears and eyes sharpened to get the developments in real time as they happen, or so as we would wish. It's important to note that Biden even through the unkind path of insults and demeaning sentiments thrown his way by his opponent Trump, he remains a gentleman and pushes forward Waddling forcefully through them. If this was a battle of words, it's very clear that Trump is surely a mouthful and he would rise up as the definite victor but alas, it's more than just words, it's reputation, it's about the livelihoods of Americans and the lives that America influences all over the world and this creates anxiety all over the world. It's said that those who do not learn from history are blamed when they make the same mistakes (not quoted exactly as it's said) so the incumbent is still strong until the last minute. The last man standing will be the winner.
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