It's true: Trump is opportunistic, inexperienced, unappealing as well as a right-wing braggart.
<i>After winning the South Carolina primary on Saturday, it appears that nothing can stop the New York billionaire from gaining the Republican nomination for U.S. president despite his thundering racist and sexist declarations.</i>
History is on his side. No other candidate has won the Republican nomination without [Read more]
<i>Rivals attack Trump for hiring illegal Polish workers and he fights back. “Shut up! I’ve hired tens of thousands in my life and you’ve hired nobody,” he says.</i>
Republicans Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz attacked their opponent Donald Trump, the party’s frontrunner in the American presidential elections, [Read more]
By dumbing down politics, glossing over policy and alternately harnessing and playing apologist for the hard-edged politics of resentment it has benefited from, the modern Republican Party has made Trump’s rise possible.
Donald Trump has executed a reverse takeover of the Republican Party, perverting its principles to capture the angry white zeitgeist of 2016.
It's high time that Donald Trump had a clear Republican competitor. Marco Rubio could take on the role of the more moderate candidate, although he is really a hardliner too.
<b>He's Done it Again</b>
In the primaries in Nevada, Donald Trump has finished in first place, receiving the majority of the delegates' [Read more]
Donald Trump keeps on winning so anything is possible. The Republicans brought this problem on themselves. It's up to the Republicans to solve it.
Is this the evil of a world power, or an exhibitionism that imperial Rome would have wanted?
The real issue is not Trump himself; it’s his success, which indicates the current social and political regression in the world.