How the international press sees the Alabama election

Nov 2013
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None of your business
#1
Der Spiegel; a Black Day for the President

Donald Trump: Roy Moore verliert in Alabama,*Doug Jones gewinnt - SPIEGEL ONLINE


Le Monde: In Alabama, Democratic victory is a major political setback for Trump

En Alabama, la victoire démocrate est un revers politique majeur pour Trump

BBC: Alabama election: Democrat Jones defeats Roy Moore in Senate upset

Alabama election: Democrat Jones defeats Roy Moore in Senate upset - BBC News

And of course, Reuters: Trump loses his big bet on alabama.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-...-bet-on-alabama-u-s-senate-race-idUSKBN1E70GS


Whether you realize it or not, the world basically sees this race as a vote of no confidence on Trump.

Perception is everything.


PS. you can translate the pages, i did previously translate them, but the algorithms may have converted back to the "ahem" original language.
 
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May 2012
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By the wall
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It gives our allies "HOPE"
Hope in what?

They will never like Trump.

I'm not really sure what point you are trying to make here.

They had zero confidence in him before and now they still don't and never will.

This election didn't change anything.
 
Jun 2014
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Cleveland, Ohio
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Hope in what?

They will never like Trump.

I'm not really sure what point you are trying to make here.

They had zero confidence in him before and now they still don't and never will.

This election didn't change anything.
It's amazing to me that you freely admit this, but fail to take on board how damaging it is to this country. There's never before been a president in my lifetime, and probably in US history, who was reviled by our allies.
 
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