America’s political and cultural polarizations will not end on November 8 when voters choose one of the two most unpopular candidates in US history as president. If anything, the outcome of the elections could plunge the country deeper into a dark zone where political and ideological differences become as entrenched and as hostile as barricades. The hatred for Hillary Clinton is widespread, visceral, real and perverse. Her tendency to operate in the dark, her frequent shaving of the truth, her shifting positions and ceaseless insatiable quest for more wealth all seem to make her the second most reviled nominee ever.
The woman they love to hate
One wonders what the battlefield would look like when and if the Democrats achieve a clean sweep on November 8. What will happen to the Republicans who stood with Trump, only to see him crumble under the weight of his ego, arrogance and narrowmindedness?Hisham Melhem