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June 4, 2018  

President Trump and his administration have given, and continue to give, the opposition more than enough ammunition to blast gaping holes in his anti-humanitarian, anti-democratic agenda and bring it down.

Last Thursday, Spain’s archconservative prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, rejected yet another demand that he and his corrupt government resign. By Saturday, the center-left Socialist Party had pushed through a no-confidence vote against Rajoy in Parliament, removing him from power and replacing him with the party’s Pedro Sanchez instead.

In Spain, a major political change was hammered out. But in the United States, there’s endless yammering by the opposition about Trump’s corrupt and chaotic administration. Yammering is not hammering, says Leid Stories.

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