Opinion

US Election 2020: Joe Biden must overcome the flawed legacies of Trump, Reagan and Bush

Crispin Hull
Updated July 2 2021 - 2:09am, first published October 30 2020 - 4:30am
Joe Biden speaks at a drive-in rally ion Bristol, Pennsylvania, earlier this week. Picture: Shutterstock
Joe Biden speaks at a drive-in rally ion Bristol, Pennsylvania, earlier this week. Picture: Shutterstock

The rise of Donald Trump was not the cause of US political dysfunction, but a mere symptom of it. When Joe Biden gets a clear majority of the vote and the electoral college on Tuesday, a side question will be whether Donald Trump goes willingly or has to be militarily crowbarred out of the White House before inauguration day. Either way, he will go.

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Crispin Hull

Crispin Hull

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Crispin Hull is a former editor of The Canberra Times and a regular columnist.

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