How will voters choose the best possible candidate to face Trump? What criteria will they start with? There is no magic formula.
1. Eight years ago, when she had just won the New Hampshire primaries by a small margin, Hillary Clinton, thus a candidate for the White House, let a few tears fall when faced by a perfectly innocuous question from a journalist. How can you manage to always keep yourself like this, coifed, well-kept, serene? What could [Read more]
It seems as if the American voters are expressing their lack of confidence in the government by choosing people best suited for an unreliable government.
Clinton and the Democrats must not repeat the mistake of the Republicans and underestimate Trump.
In the end, it makes little difference whether Donald Trump, Ted Cruz or Marco Rubio compete as the Republican candidate in the U.S. presidential election. They all represent retrogressive positions. A commentary.
The primaries in the U.S. will be serious. In two weeks the decision will be made first in the state [Read more]
The next U.S. president will be Hillary Clinton.