It’s been another week of rough and tumble in US politics – with the fraught debate over who should replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court – and America topping 200,000 Coronavirus deaths.
We returned to the Road to the White House this weekend to consider that – and what to expect from the first
This week – on the final instalment of the Road to the White House (for now) – we take stock of that fraught and often unbearable election campaign, the size of Biden’s win, what next for Trump and what next for a Republican Party gripped by Trumpism.
Dominic Cummings has departed Downing Street, just five months after the government threw their credibility under the bus to save him, they’ve thrown him under a bus too. I’ll resist the temptation to suggest that it has ‘£350m for the NHS’ written across it.
I spoke Catherine McLeod – former special advisor to Chancellor Alistair Darling
With just over a week to go, the stakes are high.
In this week’s episode of the Road to the White House, US commentator Edward Hardy and Greg Swenson from Republicans Overseas battle it out over the final presidential debate.
A much more subdued affair, the final debate focused much more on policy, the two candidates Donald