The report is invaluable testimony to the regenerative capacity of U.S. democracy. ... Mueller has begun to repair what Trump has destroyed.
[S]trategists believe that the social divide will lead Trump to emphasize his most aggressive aspects in order to nail down the bulk of the electorate who voted for him in 2016 precisely for being the voice of a white and exclusionary nationalism.
[S]toltenberg arrives in Washington backed by figures that show an increase in defense spending by European allies, a long-standing U.S. demand which Trump has turned into a mantra.
With his distrustful attitude, Donald Trump represents the main disturbance in the anniversary of what has undoubtedly been the most long-lived and successful defensive alliance in history.
The road to impeachment is obstructed; Democrats, abandon all hope. Trump will have to be defeated at the polls, but will the voters do this or not?
The reality is that today Trump is stronger than ever, and he has a good chance of winning a new term next year.
With a year and a half to go until the next presidential election, the Democrats must now focus on a strategy to choose a solid candidate.
Trump’s actions mean that the U.S. is no longer a trustworthy mediator.
The number of families without papers that arrive at the border has broken various records in recent months, but the number of migrants that cross the Mexican border illegally is far from its maximum two decades ago.
Trump’s “total exoneration” reading is incorrect ... The one-time suspect will present himself as the victim of radicalized Democrats."