Donald Trump has cut off his nose to spite his face.
Nothing prevents [his presidency] from surviving, even if it is a government that shows a particularly dangerous contempt for the rule of law.
The messages to Trump Jr. are the latest proof that WikiLeaks has become what it used to oppose: a political player with an agenda of its own.
<i>The New York Times has disclosed the first clear evidence that Russia infiltrated the Republican presidential campaign.</i>
Although he makes continual claims to the contrary, the criticism fired at Donald Trump is a constant burden for him. In fact, multiple sources report the same number of hours that he [Read more]
This political turmoil, countless American enemies and the Trumps’ behavior sap U.S. strength in the world.
The weak point in the hunt for collusion between the Trump campaign and agents of the Russian government during last year’s U.S. election is this: “collusion” at that level requires a degree of planning, preparation and organization. Discipline and co-ordination. Fine minds, working in tandem. Trump and his people have none of that.