Trump has the Republican Party decisively united behind him like no other Republican president since Ronald Reagan, just because it has no alternative to his populist course.
Success is by no means certain, but if he fails – he says pointedly – he doesn’t want to fail the same way as all other efforts toward peace up to now.
First and foremost, the result of the meeting with Trump benefits the résumé of the Austrian chancellor himself.
<i>The most childish U.S. president ever wants to sell himself as a hard worker.</i>
A legendary new tweet from the most childish U.S. president ever: “I probably work more hours than almost any past president.” Donald Trump is reacting to the news that his workload for the day is below that of a first-grader [Read more]
[W]e need to work with NATO beyond existing agreements, particularly when Donald Trump keeps questioning the western alliance.
For Trump, the wall is the perfect solution to dealing with the anxiety of his base. For these voters, the “outside” threatens the supposedly sacred world inside.
Will Trump’s campaign of fear meet with success?
To be sure, he professes to appeal to the unity of U.S. citizens, but in fact, evokes the exact opposite.
<i>It must be hard for the regime to explain direct talks with the nemesis, the United States, to its own people.</i>
In a joint press conference with Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, who was recently on a visit to Washington, U.S. President Donald Trump responded to a journalist’s question that he is ready [Read more]