All things considered though, the economy is still the biggest arrow in the Trump quiver. If he can keep the issue front and centre, which isn’t easy, given the daily disruptions, the roaring economy will serve him well.
[Are Trump] and his internal and external policy interventions here to stay, or will the next U.S. president (in the questionable hypothesis that the U.S. will survive Trump) undo each one of them?
The animosity of Canadians – some have gone so far as to boycott purchasing American goods – runs that deep. They would gladly collude with adversaries of this President.
Ocasio-Cortez’s victory shows just how much U.S. politics is boiling over.
But it is all too easy to suggest that Trump won only because of Russian interference.
For some politicians, the hard line on immigration issues is all they need to ensure a high turnout at the ballot boxes in November’s midterm elections.
There are still enough people in Washington who see exactly what Moscow is doing and would rather defend America’s democracy than Trump’s reputation.