Donald Trump represents the most realistic chance for the extreme right to gain the presidency of the only superpower in the world.
Donald Trump is alone and close to repudiation by his own party.
Following Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s unrestrained style of berating others and exaggerating, the typically extremely cautious U.S. media and columnists could fall into a trap of misreporting or wrongly criticizing the proceedings. For example, the recent hacking of Democrats’ emails by Russian [Read more]
I was there and saw with my eyes this amazing 70-year-old clown and his 46-year-old plagiarist wife in the glow of the spotlights.
I heard an irrepressible crowd who furiously shouted and clapped for Trump, as small children watch a painted and funny clown in a circus.
I was there at the national convention of [Read more]
<i>What does Wall Street think about the possibility of a Donald Trump presidency? Does it think markets will crash next November? Will the U.S. dollar take a sudden dive? Will we see the United States enter a new era of isolationism, shutting itself away far beyond the wall the Republican candidate wants to build on [Read more]
That the fact checker sites update their material minute by minute and use Twitter to keep readers abreast of the most current developments as they reveal half-truths, hyperbole and lies is ignored by most in the Quicken Loans Arena audience, and the mood among conservatives is generally upbeat.
Mr. Trump is public enemy number one. His election would be a catastrophe.