Donald Trump: the final word wedge problem

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Gordon L. Weil previously wrote for the Washington Submit and different newspapers, served on the U.S. Senate and EU staffs, headed Maine state companies and was a Harpswell selectman.

Us versus them.

That could be the core of American politics nowadays. It typically turns into a “wedge” problem. That’s a single, polarizing trigger, normally specializing in social considerations, which will get translated into political wars.