While commentary in the United States still continues to resonate in response to Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address, this week, for the second time, Latin America will host the visit of a high-level official government official from the United States. Last August, Vice President Mike Pence traveled to [Read more]
Latin America in general, and South America in particular, are not areas that Washington is especially interested in.
His pathetic intervention has only served to complicate the process even more.
His political inexperience has led him to stumble again and again.
President Trump has not achieved approval of his budget proposal while he goes for tax reform.
Who misses Hillary, then, now that we have before us a president who can hurl his cake and eat it too?
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