<i>For Americans, the result of the 2016 elections, whatever it may be, will not trigger any significant change for their country – the publicist comments.</i>
In the press, more and more information emerges about both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump because the election is coming soon. Indeed, these analyses are [Read more]
There were a lot of expectations from the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. As a result of the TTIP, a great free trade zone between the European Union and the U.S could have become real.
Such a zone would have boosted economic growth in Europe and eliminated barriers, which have been constraining [Read more]
Trump has been himself since the campaign’s beginning: a snooty, narcissistic racist ... There is no other Trump. And there won’t be any.
We should hope that Donald Trump will not start changing everything, because the consequences would be unforeseeable.
Trump is getting ready [to launch] great experiments threatening the security of Poland.
<i>Donald Trump, the 2016 Republican presidential candidate, has gone from nomination to making constant gaffes.</i>
His actions have led to great chaos in the party of the elephant and have improved Hillary Clinton’s ratings in the pre-election polls. Although Trump’s bad situation is real, it is still [Read more]
It was a fatal week for Trump. Many commentators, including pro-Republican ones, think there is no chance it will get better.
Donald Trump seems not to notice that the pre-election season has ended and that he has already been nominated. Instead of insulting everybody around him, including his allies, he had better [Read more]
Such politicians ... can be a picture of Frank Zappa’s words, 'Politics is the entertainment branch of industry.'
Now when [Trump] is a heartbeat away from becoming the president of the U.S., we have to start to treat him seriously as a danger to global security.
<i>Although the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia was far more spectacular than the same event organized by Republicans in Cleveland, it is difficult to say if it has improved Hillary Clinton’s chances in her duel with Donald Trump.</i>
Not only did all of the Democratic leaders come to Philadelphia, [Read more]