All we know for sure about the 2020 US election is that we can’t be sure of anything

 

If the 2016 US Presidential Election was one of the most anticipated contests in nearly 243 years of America's existence, the election in 2020 is likely to eclipse that many times over.

 

Regardless of which side of the fence you sit, Donald J. Trump's presidency has upended everything that was known and expected of White House occupants over the past two centuries. It would be unfair to blame the, to put it mildly, unorthodox incumbent for the deep divisions in America. Such political, demographic and even ideological differences have always lurked behind the facade of centrism that birthed the Washington "establishment" at the expense of the average American. Read More.

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