The administration’s attorneys as well as the outside ones are urging Trump not to turn a case that is already institutionally serious into a bullfight.
The chaos and suspense created around the Paris accord takes on a whole new meaning—a diversionary tactic to distract attention from infinitely more embarrassing matters.
Trump’s current political troubles will very likely continue to get worse and develop into a slow fermentation rather than a political storm.
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]
Political analyst Eduard Lozansky talks about the new “witch hunt” in the Washington political establishment.
What does Trump have to do before enough Republicans perceive him as a danger to democracy and is, consequently, unacceptable?
The political atmosphere in the U.S. is currently in turmoil with new scandals blooming every morning.
Did he act out of gross incompetence or was he compromised by the Kremlin?