Such a president is also dangerous for the U.S. and the world.
[T]his man in the White House ... has violated so many norms that any successor will have to struggle to revive the office of president.
The narcissist in the White House urgently needs pretty pictures in the middle of his term.
The superpower feels threatened and is fighting for its special status.
The investigation of Special Counsel Robert Mueller is moving increasingly close to the White House.
[B]ecause the world won’t play along, Trump needs to get creative. And he is.
The U.S. is running the risk that not only the Chinese, but also the Canadians, Japanese, and Europeans will free themselves from the world’s largest economy.
<i>Everything doesn’t always have to do with anything; some things just happen.</i>
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Trump does not believe in enduring alliances, does not believe in shared values or the importance of history. For him, everything is purely transactional, everything is pecuniary.
And for what? A defiant, impossible demand.