The Biggest Loser(s)

Photo: Trump at his golf course in Sterling, Virginia this month. (Reuters.)

Here’s a sentence most living Americans never expected to read:

While the odds of a coup d’état in the USA seemed to have abated over the past few days, the situation remains fraught.

In fact, if you want to get technical about it (and I do), we are literally in the midst of a coup right now according to the dictionary definition of the term: A defeated president is refusing to leave office, insisting…

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