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Through unsaid words and gentle flashbacks, we get a taste of the kind of narcissism and self-centred vileness that lets Tucker commit crime after crime with impunity.
A public backlash against the PML-N's seemingly regular verbal vileness against female political opponents and voters has caused sections of the PML-N to distance themselves from the comments, but that is not enough.
Was he hoping to act on his rants, or was he exploring his capacity for vileness? Without a statement -- or a manifesto, as these things tend to go -- it would be impossible to discern whether Trump's was the voice in his head.
In a country where not so long ago laws meant black people had to sit at the back of buses and use separate public toilets, his refusal to immediately condemn the sheer vileness of anyone expressing "white power" beliefs was unforgiveable.
And, almost immediately after his partial 'retraction', Iain Lee's sister insisted there was serious behind-the-scenes vileness - which could eventually go public.
In an interview with Channel 4 News, Wilshaw admitted that coming to terms with his sexuality opened his eyes to the vileness of his views.
It might give us comfort to think ordinary people can't descend to that level of vileness but history proves that's rubbish.
Yet he used more or less the same language as the DIKO leader saying: "DISY does not adopt insinuations, statements or any vileness, whoever utters them and at whomever they are directed.
"Victory is coming," he emphasized, urging the Yemeni people to fight with absolute confidence in Allah and strong faith in the justice of their cause and vileness of their enemy.
The latest in a series of dismissals from pro-government dailies, the media reported on Monday that Mahcupyan was fired from AkE-am after penning an article titled "Will the presidential system fix this vileness?"