“Stormygate” could lead to “Russiagate”
<i>Two harsh blows for Donald Trump: the conviction of his former campaign chief, who was accused of fraud and tax evasion, and the president's former attorney confessing to campaign finance violations.</i>
The latest developments in the “Russiagate” investigation resulted in two harsh blows for Donald Trump in [Read more]
<i>The contest of strength between the United States and Turkey could soon shift to energy, and Ankara’s future economic stability could depend on a pipeline.</i>
As the contest of strength between the United States and Turkey continues, Turkish President Recep Erdogan yesterday began retaliating against White [Read more]
<i>The former mayor of New York is showing up on all the TV shows, raging against prosecutor Mueller, Trump’s former attorney Cohen, and everything and everyone in order to defend President Trump. In the process, he repeatedly contradicts himself. Meanwhile, the trial against The Donald’s former campaign chief [Read more]
[T]he risk of a long trade war is that Trump gets exactly the opposite of what he wants.
[W]hen the unconventional tycoon announced he was running in the presidential primary elections, the Kremlin raised a glass in celebration.
The arrogant leaders who break the rules of diplomacy triumph.
Despite its early denials, it has become clear that Facebook (along with other social networks) has been an unwitting purveyor of “fake news."
According to the collective judgement coming from the opposition as well as several Republicans, Trump has gone too far.
When it comes to Trump, it is definitely difficult to tell policy from provocation.