What Trump means for Slovakia

The vitriolic rhetoric that Donald Trump and his like have been engaging in over the past months is not going to go away once the election booths close, regardless of the result.

Donald Trump Trump stands for everything that would harm the foreign policy values that Slovakia holds important.Donald Trump Trump stands for everything that would harm the foreign policy values that Slovakia holds important.(Source: AP/TASR)

If Donald Trump were to be elected the next US president it would be the latest, but hopefully the last, such bit of bad news for Slovakia in 2016, coming after the ‘yes’ to Brexit in the UK referendum in June and the 8 percent vote for Slovakia’s fascist party in our own parliamentary election in March.

Read also:Americans in Slovakia vote, lean toward Clinton

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