Thanks to the president of the United States, Republicans and Democrats can finally agree on one thing: how best to criticize him.
<i>As a result of his severe defeat in the midterm elections, the president is forced to coexist with his adversaries and is given the cold shoulder by those in his own camp.</i>
There are just about 730 days before the U.S. presidential elections. This is an eternity when you have lost most of your leverage in [Read more]
Far from gridlock being a problem, it is a blessing in disguise.
Most likely, Republicans, who will take control over the Senate — even though they were already dominant in the House of Representatives, where they’re going to extend their influence — will claim the midterm elections in the United States, which are for one-third of the 100 seats in the Senate and all 435 in the [Read more]
Mr Obama himself has shown only contempt for Congress’ role in foreign and security policy matters. When he did not want to launch air strikes against Syria last year, he pretended that congressional approval was required for any action, but then did nothing to get it.
It looks as if Republicans will take over the Senate. This will put the U.S. president in a hard situation. Not only does he have difficulties, but also his opponents aren't as good.
This Tuesday bodes for bad news for both parties. As for the Democrats, they will supposedly lose control of the Senate in the [Read more]
<i>Conservatives hope to control the Senate and House of Representatives, where they will be able to hinder the president’s main initiatives.</i>
The U.S. is now on the home stretch to the elections next Tuesday, Nov. 4, in which an advance is expected for Republicans who are attempting to destroy Obama’s [Read more]
He must show strength and assert U.S. leadership and not seek excuses to avoid doing so.