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Wolff Bernstein, J. (2021). After the Election: A View from Abroad. Psychoanal. Dial., 31(1):127-128.

(2021). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 31(1):127-128

After the Election: A View from Abroad

Jeanne Wolff Bernstein, Ph.D.

The election for the 46th president of the USA is finally over.

The delivery was long but the results were decisive.

At 5:24 pm European time, the number 243, emblazoned for too long in peoples’ minds, finally shifted to 279, proof that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris had finally won the state of Pennsylvania and with it, the US election.

The nightmare is over.

The constant display of insults and lies, of offensive, destructive, vindictive as well as utterly shameless behavior can finally be envisioned to come to an end again.

Trump and his Republican entourage appeared to be untouchable for 4 long years. Not one of his 22,247 false and misleading statements stuck to him.

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