The Trump way, i.e., acting like a CEO who gives orders and demands obedience, has been temporarily set aside.
The boundaries within Washington’s politics are becoming very distinct: What you oppose I will support, and what you support I will oppose.
In the United States, where social inequality is already on the rise, this plan is the next step.
Far beyond being picturesque, the lies told by Trump could have serious consequences, not only for him but also for the political future of the United States.
<i>They began in the church, but now the scandals even reach the U.S. Congress.</i>
First, and for many years, they were unique to the Catholic Church. A few weeks ago, they erupted in the world of Hollywood. The media have followed suit. And now comes politics —particularly the U.S. Congress and the Senate — [Read more]
The main actor in Trump’s presidency so far has been American democracy, not the president himself.
'Impeachment would be a messy, contentious affair, but the alternative – three more years of destabilizing dysfunction – is worse.'
Trump’s approach in this matter ... is also based upon a boorish ignorance of diplomacy, of the text’s content, and of the real goal of the signed agreement.
Trump's appearance provides an insight into a dynamic relationship that must repeatedly absorb the shocks of his instinct-driven outbursts.