The vast majority of analysts and commentators have given their verdict that the Republican candidate for the US Presidency has lost the third and final Presidential debate against the Democratic aspirant Hillary Clinton held on Wednesday 19 October (US Time).

In a typical style Mr Trump also said “I will totally accept the results of this great and historic presidential election — if I win.”

But he went on to say: “I will accept a clear election result, but I will also reserve my right to contest and file a legal challenge in the case of a questionable result.”

It is increasingly becoming clear that a great majority of American voters have not bought into his fear mongering against Muslims, people of colour, immigrants and refugees.

Moreover his views on women, tax avoidance, clueless policies on defence and foreign affairs and as a mean employer have made even the hard core Republicans to abandon him.

His opponent, Hillary Clinton seems heading towards a landslide victory in the US election for the President on Tuesday 8 November.

This shows that fear mongering, hate speech and divisive politics does not work in the long run. It may get some politicians elected but the great majority of people in democratic societies can see through this façade.

Pauline Hanson, take a lesson.