For conspiracy theorists, there is a lot to theorize about again, starting on Thursday. That’s when the National Archives in Washington is releasing the last documents on the murder of President John F. Kennedy in 1963. There will be tens of thousands of new dots to connect, which will draw a new image of the [Read more]
<i>U.S. President Donald Trump sharply criticized Iran. He accused Tehran of “supporting terrorism.” How far can Washington go in its confrontation with Tehran? What kind of losses can both sides suffer from? Political expert Georgy Bovt gives his explanation to these and other questions on this topic.</i>
Trump's well-documented lies, his derogatory attacks on critics, his overt sexism and racism ... is perfectly in order for his supporters, because they think along the same lines.
The world is changing, but those in charge in Washington see no need to change the Constitution ... How can such absurdity be explained?
I reiterate the maxim, whenever there is a American political super-scandal, always check in with the Clintons.