But Trump would not be Trump if he did not create another spectacle.
So, the president is bringing out the heavy artillery.
[Trump] also doesn’t want to end the disastrous war on terror that his predecessor George W. Bush began and no president up to now has concluded.
The self-proclaimed greatest deal-maker of all times gambled badly. His central campaign promise is on the rocks.
[C]ynicism is created by the fact that young Americans are sitting on five to six-figure tuition debt ... and millions of Americans work hard below the subsistence level.
Donald Trump’s State of the Union address reveals his political weaknesses: The president is completely at the mercy of others.
What we actually heard from Trump ... was more like an outstretched hand followed by a kick in the shin.
The U.S. is casting off the European burden; the Europeans are casting off the American yoke.
[A]lthough Apple CEO Tim Cook has ... expressed how little he thinks of Facebook's handling of user data, the two companies need each other, whether they like it or not.