Instead of chanting that the Chinese economy is having "the worst year in 57 years," the U.S. should mind its own turf. Smearing others is not a panacea for the economic problems and misery of its own people.
'[F]ixating on scapegoats is apparently much easier than taking a long, hard look in the mirror.'
<i>Relief for the rich, a burden for the poor: Trump promised differently during his election campaign. And his tax policy might not help the economy either.</i>
It was no coincidence that of all places, Trump chose the state of Indiana for his appearance. Four years ago, Vice President Mike Pence adopted moderate [Read more]
The entire world has to face the strong impact of the Trump storm, including America itself.
The elites’ inability to deal with their own problems ... for example, immigration or mending relations with their own minorities, is provoking a powerful surge of protest movements.
An entire chapter of American history has been denied today, that of Roosevelt, Kennedy, Martin Luther King and Obama, that of a country of immigration, openness, civil rights and tolerance.
America can only be strong when it can successfully support the weaker parts of society. And a strong America is important for a strong Europe.
In this “land of unlimited opportunity,” freedom has turned into fear. People feel betrayed and cheated out of the American dream. They want their country back.
The strength of the influence Trump has exerted up to this point has already clearly given the message that the United States is "sick."