Sequel to the President Trump News and Discussions thread. I imagine this one won't be as "exciting" as its prequel, for better or worse.
What will the future of the USA and the world look like with Biden as president? Obviously not as chaotic, but again, that may not necessarily be a good thing. And Biden has inherited quite the budget crunch from President Trump: we're broke, economically and geopolitically. Our anti-left coups in South America failed completely, our allies don't trust us at all, and everyone is now thinking totally in terms of four years. Yes, we're probably going to unfuck ourselves by 2024, but who's to say we won't just elect someone even more disastrous than Trump and then proceed to fuck ourselves a new face? We just can't expect the USA to lead anymore because we've gone mad as a country— Trump exacerbated the madness, but he certainly didn't start it, and now that genie's free.
Though I will say this: Biden's also inherited from Trump a front row seat to one of the big turning points of history. A turning point that Trump and his motley crew of fools were almost desperate to downplay and avoid discussing at their own risk of peril.