The American University in Cairo (AUC) is set to organize this Monday noon, an online media panel discussion entitled: “What is the impact of the upcoming US elections on Egypt and the Middle East?”
Dr. Bahgat Qarni, Professor of International Relations and Political Economy at the AUC, and Ambassador Karim Haggag, Professor Practitioner in the Department of Public Policy and Administration and Director of the AUC’s Walid Bin Talal Center for American Studies and Research, will discuss this topic.
The discussion is moderated by journalist Ezzat Ibrahim, editor-in-chief of Al-Ahram Weekly.
US President Donald Trump Sunday called on Americans to go and vote in person in the election in Florida, where he was casting his vote.
Trump said that voting in person is secure and better than sending the vote by mail, which he attacked a lot as a way that could be exposed to theft, fraud, and fraud.
The American “Fox News” said that Trump topped newspapers’ headlines last year when he announced that he intends to change his main residence to West Palm Beach from New York, claiming that he had been treated “very badly by political leaders in both the city and the state” in New York.
In the meantime, he claimed to pay millions of dollars in taxes every year.
Unlike New York, Florida has no personal income tax. Florida is expected to be a key state in determining the results of the presidential election 2020.