It would not be improbable to suspect that the establishment itself has sown the seeds of populism.
On Feb. 8, President Trump sent a letter to Chinese Premier Xi Jinping that garnered widespread international attention. The letter has been interpreted as demonstrating the importance of U.S.-Sino relations, indicating that the direction U.S.-Sino relations are taking has affected the nerves of both parties now that [Read more]
Trump, like Hitler, will increase the suffering of millions of human beings.
Trump certainly does not want to abandon a U.S. alliance with Japan.
It would be unthinkable for the U.S. to determine the fate of the Korean Peninsula through coercive means alone.
Responding with rounds of tweets, even in capital letters, will not help Trump escape the constitutional trap he is sliding into through vanity and lack of preparation.
Can the acting U.S. president commit such a heinous crime against humanism and humanity? “Yes, we can,” responds the Donald with the Democrat slogan.
President Trump may think that his ways are not problematic because he was lawfully elected and his agenda abides by the law.
With the loutish shallowness of a reality show protagonist, Trump may not even realize what a historic threat his labeling a federal judge “so-called” represents.