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The Guardian (December 2)

2017/ 12/ 03 by jd in Global News

Though Prime Minister “Theresa May is reviled for her weakness,” no other “British prime minister has found the strength to condemn an American president as she condemned Donald Trump since the Anglo-American alliance began in the Second World War.” Nothing the previous Prime Minister’s “said matches the forcefulness of May’s out, loud and proud denunciation of Trump for sharing the ‘hateful narratives’ of British fascists.”

 

Los Angeles Times (August 2)

2016/ 08/ 04 by jd in Global News

Yesterday, this newspaper’s “editorial board said it was time for GOP officials to stop condemning Trump’s individual offenses as if they were gaffes and recognize that his ‘entire campaign is based on his ego, his intolerance and his disreputable world view,’” warning that “‘those who will not repudiate him are on the wrong side in this battle for the nation’s political soul.’” Today, it appears “as if prominent Republicans are starting to bail, convinced that their nominee’s [latest] ramblings…will weigh down the Trump campaign ship enough to sink it.”

 

Wall Street Journal (November 20)

2014/ 11/ 21 by jd in Global News

“The United Nations rarely leads on human rights, so the General Assembly deserves credit for condemning North Korea on Tuesday. Its Human Rights Committee voted to endorse a report on the North’s abuses issued in February. That report uncovered stomach-turning evidence of atrocities, much of it based on eyewitness testimony.”

 

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