The U.S. needs politicians and academics with a broader strategic vision and greater insight and responsibility.
He is always the same and says what he thinks in his simplistic, vulgar, and politically incorrect way.
The 2016 U.S. presidential election shows that ... the more unexpected the results are, the more people will find it hard to live with.
At last count by The Washington Post, Trump had just broken the 10,000 lies and false statements barrier ... The United States has lost what it stands for.
But what are the limits to determination? How do we know when it turns into stubbornness, obstinacy or obsession?
The teeth? The hair on end? The rolled-up sleeves? His look, without a doubt, brings to mind Robert F. Kennedy.
The self-proclaimed greatest deal-maker of all times gambled badly. His central campaign promise is on the rocks.
[T]he American political process has become one giant political campaign after another.
[I]f Trump gets his way, if his blackmail and distraction work, he will use these methods again and again. It would be the triumph of insanity.