For Trump, going by the book is for bureaucrats, but the new majority in the House appears willing to show him how mistaken he is.
[T]he working class no longer considers the Democratic Party as its home.
In the country that created the first constitution that formally sanctioned the separation of powers, the head of state doesn’t believe in it.
The beauty Democrats dreamed of will have to wait until the next presidential election, but they already have the satisfaction of having obtained what they wanted even though they failed to achieve what they hoped for.
How can such a shameless figure have won the trust of so many Americans?
The Democratic Party may not be able to stop or reverse Trump's policies, but it will certainly limit his ability to pass them, especially domestic ones.
In any case, this House/White House opposition is a typical situation in U.S. presidential history, which Trump will now have to get used to.
[D]emocrats expected to win with a blue wave, but instead, drowned in it.
How can one not make a connection between the democratic crisis of the country and the war unleashed by Sept. 11, 2001?