Let us not lose sight of the fact that at the apex of this entire Trump circus, there is the smell of midterm elections.
The Trump way, i.e., acting like a CEO who gives orders and demands obedience, has been temporarily set aside.
During interviews granted to the media over the last few days, even the governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie, as well as Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, wondered if Donald Trump would run for a second term in 2020, hardly hiding their fear (or their wish?) that the billionaire would crash the presidential vehicle into a [Read more]
<i>The state of Texas is firmly in Republican hands, but the Democrats want to change that.</i>
<i>They’re hoping for successes in the 2018 congressional elections – because the party of the president traditionally loses.</i>
<i>The Democrats’ best helper: Donald Trump</i>
The Democratic Party’s [Read more]