By Joel Cheong
While the whole wide world was still reeling from the news of Brexit and Brangelexit (Seriously, who comes up with terms like these?), the news of Donald Trump edging against fellow presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to become the next US president may have overloaded the incredulity meter of most common folks.
As those darn millennials burned dumpsters in a fit of entitled rage and non-Americans complained about how the new President-elect would make a poor leader in a country they don’t even reside in, one wonders about the ramifications of Trump’s victory. Will we see the construction of the Great Wall of Mexico? Will Americans really attempt to cross the Canadian-American border illegally, only to be stopped by Canadian border patrol officers riding on caribous? Is the US going to ratify the Tran-Pacific Partnership Agreement?