As soon as the clock struck midnight on Thursday, the internet went into a frenzy with the latest news from the US, with news that Donald Trump had been impeached and that the first lady was going to be arrested for driving on the wrong side of the road.
It was a chaotic moment for millions of people, and they weren’t going to take it lying down.
The new world order of the day had arrived, and people were rushing to stock up on food, clothes and everything they could get their hands on.
The news was good for the people of the US.
For the world at large, however, the world had changed.
The US, in particular, was reeling.
Trump was a man who had been a fierce critic of international organisations, a man whose words were filled with contempt and disdain for anyone who stood in his way.
He was a candidate for the presidency who had spent years promoting his own brand of nationalism.
He had been accused of lying about millions of jobs being lost to China in his first few months in office, of wanting to build a wall to keep out Mexican drug cartels and, most controversially, of supporting Russian President Vladimir Putin’s annexation of Crimea.
The whole world was in a state of shock.
It had been months since the first wave of the crisis had erupted, but in the meantime, Trump’s presidency had been engulfed in a scandal that had left him in a coma for three weeks.
A president in his early 30s had been arrested and charged with multiple crimes and facing up to five years in prison for his alleged crimes.
There were allegations that Trump had sexually assaulted women and threatened to have them raped, but no evidence to support these claims.
He did not seem to have committed any crimes, but the entire world had lost faith in him.
And what was worse, Trump was facing impeachment.
His name was Donald J. Trump.
The world was not going to stand by and let him keep on doing what he had been doing for so long.
He could do no wrong, so he had to go.
And the world was watching.
“The world has watched the impeachment crisis unfold,” the Times of London reported in its front page on the day of Trump’s arrest.
“A global outcry erupted over the weekend, as tens of millions of Americans, in their desperation, rushed to stock their pantries, hotels and banks with goods and necessities.
A Trump presidency would be a disaster for the world.
In short, it was not a question of whether the American president would be impeached, but when.”
In the United States, the news was met with a mixture of shock and relief.
Some people were ecstatic about the impeachment proceedings.
They were glad that they were finally having a voice in the system, but more than a few were also disappointed.
“I had been worried about impeachment,” a 43-year-old US citizen who did not want to be named told the Times.
“Now I am glad that it is over.”
The most common reaction to the news, however was disbelief.
How could such a thing happen?
Was it possible that the impeachment had already happened?
Was the president a serial liar?
Was he just a buffoon?
The reactions to Trump’s impeachment were mostly positive, but there was one person who was a bit sceptical.
“What about all those people who said they were disappointed but couldn’t stop voting for Trump?” he wrote in a comment on the Times article.
“He won the election.
Why couldn’t he be impeachable?
If the people were unhappy, why didn’t they vote for Trump?
I don’t believe this will happen.”
Some Americans were even less forgiving of the president’s actions.
“Trump is not a person I can look at and say ‘good riddance’,” a 52-year old American citizen who lives in the US told the New York Times.
A lot of Americans are very angry right now.
And they have lots of reasons to be angry, including Trump’s actions in the first few weeks of his presidency, but I am very confident in my ability to handle things.
I think we all know that if he is impeached we can move on.
I am confident in the power of the American people.
And that is what we are doing right now.
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