International Relations…Is the Caribbean ready for a Donald Trump presidency?

By Wesley Kirton

SOUTH FLORIDA – Much has been written about the results of the recent US presidential election and President Elect, Donald Trump. My candidate of choice, Hillary Clinton won the popular vote but lost the electoral college and the presidency to Donald Trump.

What a shocker this was to many of us but the electorate has spoken and Donald Trump is the legitimately elected president-elect of the USA.

Despite Trump’s triumph, life goes on and as President Obama said, “the sun will continue to rise each morning”. But what future does a Trump presidency hold for the Caribbean Diaspora and the Caribbean region itself?…to continue reading this article, please subscribe.  Already a subscriber ? Sign In


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