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TL;DR | Let's pay Trump to leave
Since President Trump has compared the United States to a “Third World country,” we should treat him like a “Third World” leader, says Global Opinions editor Karen Attiah. She suggests giving him the Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Leadership, which awards men and women who change their country for the better, then step down at the end of their term.
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