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President Trump - God forgive America

Pablo Ríos

Publisher: Sapristi

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Halfway between the humor of El Perich and the vitriolic gags of the New Yorker, Pablo Ríos has drawn the vital questions surrounding the first decisions that Donald Trump will have to make. Who to call first? How will he start to govern? Will he be able to fulfil his election promises? What does he know about justice, human rights and climate change? The election of Donald Trump as the new president of the United States caught us all off-balance. The most aggressive campaign in decades, inappropriate declarations, a bewildered electorate and, suddenly, an unknown president. And now what? Donald is nearly as surprised as the rest of the world.

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