Monday 23 July 2018

Donald Trump 'might refuse to leave White House when his term ends', expert warns

Tim Rogers says the US leader has 'no interest in preserving the sanctity of the presidency'

Donald Trump gives a thumbs up to supporters during a rally on Tuesday in Phoenix, Arizona.
Photo: Ralph Freso/Getty
Donald Trump gives a thumbs up to supporters during a rally on Tuesday in Phoenix, Arizona. Photo: Ralph Freso/Getty

Shehab Khan

Donald Trump might refuse to leave power when his time at the White House comes to an end, an expert on Latin American leaders has warned.

Tim Rogers, a journalist, said the US leader had no respect for the "sanctity of the presidency".

The expert on Nicaragua’s Sandinista Front for National Liberation (FSLN) and the country's former President Daniel Ortega, Mr Rogers said it was common for Latin American leaders to stay in power for long periods.

Tim Rogers, a journalist, said the US leader had no respect for the "sanctity of the presidency".

The expert on Nicaragua’s Sandinista Front for National Liberation (FSLN) and the country's former President Daniel Ortega, Mr Rogers said it was common for Latin American leaders to stay in power for long periods.

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