Ralph Nader: Trump’s Presidency Will Be Tumultuously Unpredictable

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Dandelion Salad

with Ralph Nader

RT on Jan 28, 2017

Donald Trump is wrapping up his first week in office as the 45th president of the US – and the country is deeply divided. Millions are already calling for his impeachment, as violent protests take place across the nation. The new president is also at war with the media, and the conflict not likely to die down any time soon. Will Trump manage to rally the people’s support throughout his first term? Can the continued backlash force the Electoral College system to be reformed? We ask Ralph Nader, veteran activist, consumer advocate, and former third-party and independent presidential candidate.


from the archives:

Chris Hedges: It’s The Failure of the Democratic Establishment To Cope With Why They Lost + Arrest of RT America Journalist

Glen Ford: There is No Such Thing as a Progressive Movement That is Aligned with the CIA

Chris Hedges and Glen Ford: Obama’s Legacy–The Smashing of the Left

The Enemy is Not Trump, It is Ourselves by John Pilger

Deep Reservations About the “Anti-Trump” Movement by Caleb Maupin

Tripwires for the Trumpsters by Ralph Nader

10 thoughts on “Ralph Nader: Trump’s Presidency Will Be Tumultuously Unpredictable

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  8. Love that, “maybe he’ll start subscribing to Pravda, who knows…” very funny.

    As for 2020, far too soon to judge, who can possibly predict that far ahead…a lot can happen and surely will; one thing I think we’ll definitely witness is the increasing emergence of grass roots movements, local government and community initiatives, that will consolidate, mature and strengthen immensely.

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