[Some] Americans openly indulge in exercising American privilege, and do not hesitate to do so at the expense of international law and order.
[T]here is no contradiction between ... being in favor of tolerance and ... feeling national pride.
[T]he results of the elections can only make the U.S. president smile.
[I]t is not as if Trump relies on methods or doctrines to exercise power.
[S]trategists believe that the social divide will lead Trump to emphasize his most aggressive aspects in order to nail down the bulk of the electorate who voted for him in 2016 precisely for being the voice of a white and exclusionary nationalism.
The continent's geopolitics will hinge around Trump, López Obrador and Bolsonaro, three leaders for whom foreign policy cannot be understood without a prior reinforcement of the domestic one.
Coherence matters in presidential politics. The Democrats, with no clear candidate and no clear offering, have much ground to make up in 2019.
Araújo positioned himself ... as a “Trumpist,” as a party to the highly nationalistic − and anti-globalist − vision that the president of the United States embodies.