US Elections: Question Marks

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US Elections: Question Marks
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30 October 2020

In the actual context, no one foresees what may happen next Tuesday. Meanwhile, Donald Trump is making every effort to win the US presidential elections.

Miami Dade is regarded as the most important spot in Florida, where the voting rate of Republicans is higher than that of Democrats, particularly in the Cuban-American community.

Observers recall that the high-level official of National Security, Miles Taylor, wrote an article in the New York Times entitled:

“I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration.”

His article unleashed the President’s fury, who ordered former prosecutor Jeff Session to open an investigation.

His work “A Warning” came to light in 2019.

This book, published under anonymity due to its strong content, describes the threat posed by Donald Trump to the US democracy.

Taylor revealed then that dozens of officials were ready to quit if necessary.

The author defines himself as a Republican, but describes the President as a man “without character” or “leadership,” traits that have led to the loss of American lives during the pandemic.

The testimony also reveals that he bore witness of Trump’s inability to do his job for two and a half years.

“Everyone saw it, although some hesitated to talk fearing reprisals.”

“Raising criticism compelled the President to answer me back with his usual insults and nicknames,” wrote Taylor in his work.

The former official is contributor to the CNN since last September.

With six days to go, academicians believe the outcome may range from a soft reformist action to the worst of its tormenting history.

Translated by Sergio A. Paneque Díaz / CubaSí Translation Staff

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