While most Canadians don’t like him (he might get about 15% of the vote here in Canada) but he’d get at least three times that support if he wins the Republican nomination, according to the polls.
As to whether he will win the GOP nod, here again, it’s time to put away the skepticism. Other names have been floated, some candidates have announced, but his lead on the field is widening, even as his legal problems are deepening.
It’s only natural – for the rest of the world – to imagine that Trump won’t occupy the Oval Office again. Precious little good, and plenty of chaos emerged in geopolitics under his watch. His domestic policies sowed division and violence. His narcissism and recklessness triggered an insurrection. Among the relationships he took pride in were the charmless, dangerous and useless, think Vladimir Putin, Kim Jong Un and Rudy Guiliani.