Trump leaves US fault lines exposed

People raising their fists while protesting at the makeshift memorial in honour of Mr George Floyd on June 4, 2020, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. PHOTO: AFP
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WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump's four years in many ways tore the bandages off the United States.

The pandemic, mismanagement of which will also be part of his legacy, only exacerbated the sores beneath - racial, cultural and economic fault lines.

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