User Profile: Casper Schlemp
This user has submitted 15 translations to Watching America.
Donald Trump’s State of the Union address reveals his political weaknesses: The president is completely at the mercy of others.
There is significant progress ... [but] it is less clear how rapprochement between the conflicting parties [in Afghanistan] can be achieved. [Read more]
[I]f Trump gets his way, if his blackmail and distraction work, he will use these methods again and again. It would be the triumph of insanity. [Read more]
And for what? A defiant, impossible demand. [Read more]
[T]he G-20 passes the winter as the season of nationalists ... hope remains that more politicians will come to power again with whom significant multilateral agreements are possible. [Read more]
Washington has apparently understood the criticism that one cannot forget his old friends when battling a big opponent. [Read more]
The American war over vacant seats is a warning sign. The more fractious the society, the more ideological and irreconcilable the parties. [Read more]
The risk that it will turn out entirely differently for the Democrats and that Trump and the Republicans will win on Nov. 6 has not been averted. [Read more]
The truth, confirmed by a court and jury, is and remains the most powerful weapon in the fight against this king of lies.
Trump vomits and the majority of the media acts as if one could discuss the results in the form of a restaurant review. [Read more]
Ocasio-Cortez’s victory shows just how much U.S. politics is boiling over.
Trump should and must win this game, for the people of North Korea, for the West, and perhaps also for himself. [Read more]
As a president, Trump acts exactly the same as he did when he was a businessman. He remains a gambler, and his presidency is a singular, giant bet. [Read more]
What would a Republican victory in the midterms mean? First, it would be a confirmation of Trump. [Read more]