The “Women’s March” held the day before yesterday in Washington can be interpreted on several levels. The first one is political.
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I think it was a great inauguration speech, probably the best that any president has ever given. But it was a declaration of war against the entirety of the ruling American establishment.
He rejected globalism, he rejected the neoconservatives, he rejected the offshoring of jobs, and he rejected bankruptcy - he rejected everybody that is part of the ruling establishment.
Therefore, he has in effect declared war on the ruling establishment, and we will see if he can really defeat them - that will be a real test.
The first thing he will remark is the promise not to try to dictate to the world:
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