How Donald Trump convinced the Republican party to revolve around him | US news | The Guardian

English: Donald Trump at a press conference an...

English: Donald Trump at a press conference announcing David Blaine’s latest feat in New York City at the Trump Tower. The photographer dedicates this portrait of Donald Trump to Tony Santiago, Wikipedia editor Marine 69-71, perhaps the most officially recognized and accomplished content contributor to Wikipedia, for his outstanding contributions to improving articles related to his Puerto Rican heritage. He is also a close friend. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This is a surprisingly supportive article from the UK’s left-leaning Guardian. It reports that seemingly overnight and without much effort, the majority of GOP congressmen endorse or have come to accept the presumptive nominee as the face of the party.

Source: How Donald Trump convinced the Republican party to revolve around him | US news | The Guardian

This is very clear and unbiased journalism from the Guardian.

As for Trump, most pundits thought that it would never get this far and he would be forced to go it alone.

Let me ask some open question:

Are we really looking at the reality of a Trump presidency?

If so, will Trump back down and be just like any other conservative US president?


Black power in Baltimore: When African American leaders confront racial unrest – LA Times

Our third article focusing on Baltimore today is from the LA Times. This outstanding article looks at the political reality of black American leaders confronting black rioters, deploying a conservative and largely black police-force.

via Black power in Baltimore: When African-American leaders confront racial unrest – LA Times.

There are excellent cameos in this descriptive article.

Overall the article leaves the reader pondering two open question:

  1. So if its black political leaders deploying a largely black police force to contain rioters, this not just about racial prejudice?
  2. Is Baltimore just about poverty and alienation?