The Trump administration has once again made the news for an operation that threatens citizens’ privacy, their freedom of speech and ultimately, their right to engage in opposition.
The ... historical problem of Nazi supremacists still remains, but the nerve of Trump's opponents to pass off the president as their accomplice is disgustingly hypocritical.
It was God himself, or at least Rev. Robert Jeffress’ interpretation of the biblical God, who authorized Donald Trump to unleash “fire and the fury like the world has never seen” to eliminate Kim Jong Un. Jeffress would be only one of many eccentric peddlers of prophecies and sermons at for-profit megachurches if [Read more]
To place all blame on the incompetence of Trump would reveal historical amnesia.
China uses North Korea as a pawn for its own interests, bearing in mind that the reunification of the Korean Peninsula under the U.S. flag would be a possibility to absolutely avoid.
What is certain is that The Donald is frustrated by the repeated defeats he has suffered at the hands of his own majority in the Senate, and Priebus was inevitably the first to be blamed.
For Trump, this is a devastating defeat ... which will probably aggravate his already grotesque obsession with everything ... Barack Obama achieved.
The only certainty for now is that this was a terrible day for Trump.
The responsibility for attacking the Syrian base ultimately falls on Trump, but this back story negates the theory that it was the real estate tycoon’s own initiative, being the showman that he is.