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They want him to 'turn the other cheek' so that they can have a free ride to power regardless of what laws they have broken and what cheating they've stooped to

14 November 2020

9:00 AM

14 November 2020

9:00 AM

Don’t turn the other cheek, sir

Fascinated by American politics, I’ve watched avidly as the results in the presidential election have trickled in. At the time of writing, Joe Biden has claimed overall victory, backed by most of the US media, whilst Donald Trump has mounted legal challenges to the source and counting of many ballots in battleground states. 

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