The American presidential election: An Opportunity to Gain Insights from the Democratic Process in India

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The American presidential election: An Opportunity to Gain Insights from the Democratic Process in India
The American presidential election: An Opportunity to Gain Insights from the Democratic Process in India

The American presidential election: An Opportunity to Gain Insights from the Democratic Process in India
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The American presidential election: An Opportunity to Gain Insights from the Democratic Process in India

The US media has been derogatorily referring to former President Donald Trump, regardless of his 77 years old, using a variety of derogatory terms as if to suggest that he is unbalanced on the majority of issues and occasions.

Bob Woodward, one of the most renowned American journalist-authors associated with the Watergate era under Richard Nixon, catalogued minor occurrences that transpired alongside major global events in his book Fear: Trump in the White House.

Published in 2018, during the midst of Trump’s presidency, the book dealt with every type of presidential gaffe. When in the Oval Office, he would advise his team to reconsider certain policy matters by taking a right turn. However, in his official missives to counterparts in South Korea or elsewhere, he would display his left hand and proceed headfirst. In fact, members of his personal staff on the presidential team were trained and equipped to compose an alternative letter and deliver it to him with the official seal and signature. The President would remain oblivious to the fact that the letter was not his own creation.Continually view the most recent news videos

 

The American presidential election: An Opportunity to Gain Insights from the Democratic Process in India
The American presidential election: An Opportunity to Gain Insights from the Democratic Process in India

Published in 2018, during the midst of Trump’s presidency, the book dealt with every type of presidential gaffe. When in the Oval Office, he would advise his team to reconsider certain policy matters by taking a right turn. However, in his official missives to counterparts in South Korea or elsewhere, he would display his left hand and proceed headfirst. In fact, members of his personal staff on the presidential team were trained and equipped to compose an alternative letter and deliver it to him with the official seal and signature. The President would remain oblivious to the fact that the letter was not his own creation.

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A leader in Trump’s position, whether in the United States or elsewhere, would have learned his lessons from circumstances that were nearly identical. He would have developed a reduced degree of assertiveness and arrogance by drawing insights from his previous setbacks and errors, beginning with his re-election campaign. However, not Trump. At this juncture, he is more convinced than at any other time in the previous four years that he was unjustly denied a second term and that he must reclaim that position, if only to impart a lesson to his domestic adversaries that would not be forgotten by the nation as a whole.

Furthermore, it is important to consider the international partners, not all of whom are situated across the Atlantic, as well as the adversaries, which consist of North Korea, China, and Iran, although not necessarily in that particular order. They, too, are accountable and will be held responsible. This pertains to the anticipation and arrangement. If it is Biden once more, then the polls will put an end to the waiting game. If not, the suffering would persist until at least January 2025, and possibly longer due to the unpredictability caused by Trump’s uncertainty.That is to say, any modifications that have occurred in bilateral relations during the Biden administration that succeed him may need to be reversed. It is possible that America’s allies and adversaries (as they are currently referred to) are apprehensive about what to do specifically during this interregnum, which spans from the time of the presidential election in November until the inauguration on January 20, two months later.

The American presidential election: An Opportunity to Gain Insights from the Democratic Process in India
The American presidential election: An Opportunity to Gain Insights from the Democratic Process in India

The United States, historically regarded as having the most stable foreign and security policies irrespective of the White House occupant for four to eight years, is suddenly viewed as uncertain and, as a result, unreliable by allies bequeathed from the Second World War, including those that were acquired en route, including India.


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