And this week, Donald Trump, who is in the process of withdrawing the United States from the Paris agreement on climate change, will strike quite a different tone on the Swiss slopes.
This not only diminishes the United States’ standing as a defender of human rights, it’s a disservice and injustice to the 25 million North Koreans suffering under Kim’s murderous regime.
Trump’s public support would be the kiss of death. It would send Jeremy Corbyn into hog-heaven, giving a turbo-boost to his claim that the Tories are bent on selling off chunks of the NHS to American companies.
[L]et’s have no illusions about relations with the U.S. A rebirth of our values system is decidedly not taking place, and our interests are downright transactional.
The reality is, with a little over a year to go before voting begins, the incumbent president’s position is far from strong.
After destroying ... the tea party ... Trump linked the Republican Party to the politics of ... Ronald Reagan.