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Diplomacy post-Trump: Will Biden make the world a better place?
Following 4 exhausing years of Donald Trump, Joe Biden has promised a reset in US foreign relations. Are the times of nationalism and trade war over?
What can we expect from a Biden presidency?
106 days ago
Well we could expect him to sell his office just like he did when he was VP. And his drug addict son will be his bagboy just like old times.. But don't worry about the only thing he will be leading is a chain gang after the SCOTUS finishes up its election rigging case against him and his gang
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