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Opinion: How Corbyn could become prime minister – and keep Britain in the EU:
Two major political events in the UK could upend the Brexit (departure from EU) extended period of grace. The first is the possible collapse of the May government. This may not transpire, but no one can ignore the ever louder drumbeat from hard-line Brexiteers that an October general election cannot be ruled out.
Second, in the event of a fall election, the focus would increasingly shift from how May can survive and complete the Brexit process to how a Jeremy Corbyn-led government would handle the Brexit process if elected.
As goes Britain, so goes the US. A shift to Brexit was a repudiation of Barack Obama’s globalism who campaigned on the issue in 2016, which many believe was a bellwether that elected Donald Trump.
The last straw was Brussels’ regulation of tea pots.
So here we are facing another key US election in the November 2018 mid-terms that will all but ensure a strong finish for Donald Trump or guarantee two years of impeachment rants.
We recently placed two videos on Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn on our home page so that there would be no doubt of Corbyn’s anti-Semitism:
Alan dershowitz has mic-drop response to British journalist asking "where is the moral backbone of America these days?" pic.twitter.com/T10a68W9si
— Wired Sources (@WiredSources) August 23, 2018
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As the UK goes, so goes the US.
(See “The Corbyn/Trudeau brotherhood” in Today’s Headlines)