To invalidate the democratic will of millions of bona fide voters is dangerous for the United States. Doing it through foreign intervention is fatal.
As soon as he arrived at the White House, Donald Trump was quick to prove his incompetence and his ability to abuse his power. His presidency is surpassing itself in a slippery fashion with the new bombshell that he asked the director of the FBI to classify the investigation into Michael Flynn, briefly a national [Read more]
What does Trump have to do before enough Republicans perceive him as a danger to democracy and is, consequently, unacceptable?
There is no question: Trump should be chased out of office as quickly as possible.
The United States in the hands of Trump is like Spain in the hands of Carlos the Bewitched, last of the House of Austria, and the symbol of the decadence of the empire.
There appears to be nothing left of the man.
<i>James Comey takes the shame or the glory of having derailed the presidential campaign of Hillary Clinton into his forced retirement.</i>
“You’re fired!” That was Donald Trump’s favorite phrase when he was a TV host. Now that he’s a host of world politics he continues to use it, perhaps following the [Read more]
The awkward dismissal of James Comey gives another trump to American politicians who require an independent investigation into the links between Trump's campaign headquarters and Moscow.
Trump might have crossed a line from which there is no return.
At the highest echelons of power, a calculated plan exists to prevent facts from coming to light.