The Lessons of Peru

After round one  of  the Peruvian  presidential election on the 10th of April, the 2 candidates with the most votes, Keiko Fujimori and Pedro Pablo Kuczynski met with the electoral commission for the June 5 runoff election briefing. They signed an agreement for an ethical campaign where there would be no personal attacks. Both of the candidates  miraculously are center-right and  married to Americans. They placed their hands on top of the commission president´s hand after which Kuczynski kissed Keiko onthe cheek. The  extreme leftist Veronika Mendoza who had placed third and was eliminated declared a pox on both their houses. Fortunately, the voters of Perú placed a pox on hers. Are you listening, Donald?