The grand irony is that Trump fails to understand or acknowledge the difference between reaching the top spot on one social network or another, and the reason for that often dubious honor.
Trump thought he could adopt an isolationist stance toward the world ... But along comes the coronavirus.
[T]his could be a great blessing that makes us mature politically and strategically wean ourselves from ... resorting to Mama America when we have problems.
[T]he chance of successfully removing the Republican president is absolutely nonexistent.
[T]he nations of the world have issued their final say on the matter: UNRWA remains standing.
[W]ill Trump play the victim and achieve an unexpected victory in the presidential election?
[A]merica’s new military strategy will be based on a more limited selection of key areas of particularly strong strategic interest.
It is very likely that Bloomberg’s candidacy is a message to Biden that he will not gain the support of big money donors who want another contender who can face down Trump.
[The withdrawal] is a message from the U.S. to its French allies and Chinese enemies ... that Washington can still ruin any potential deal.
Even more surprising then was Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney’s public recognition of the exact opposite of what the White House had been saying for weeks.