The administration’s attorneys as well as the outside ones are urging Trump not to turn a case that is already institutionally serious into a bullfight.
The chaos and suspense created around the Paris accord takes on a whole new meaning—a diversionary tactic to distract attention from infinitely more embarrassing matters.
Trump’s current political troubles will very likely continue to get worse and develop into a slow fermentation rather than a political storm.
Once he is done strutting on the international scene ... he will find out that ... the rhetoric and pompousness of these increasingly useless summits can not shake it from him.
The political atmosphere in the U.S. is currently in turmoil with new scandals blooming every morning.
How long could this last? Can Donald Trump really continue and finish his term in office ... ?
<i>The Russia case, as well as two key moments, prompted Trump to change his course. This may turn out to be his Watergate.</i>
The whole situation is made grotesque by the manner in which Donald Trump got rid of the FBI director as well as by the reasons he named to defend his decision: James Comey was sacked when [Read more]
All it took was for Trump to launch 59 missiles at Russia’s closest ally in the Arab world, Syria and, voila, the villain of yesterday became the darling of America.
<i>Richard Burr, a Republican Trump supporter, is the chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee investigating the case that is shaking the White House to its core. He will have to follow in the footsteps of Sam Ervin, the man who was tasked with saving democracy from Nixon’s lies.</i>
Almost half a century [Read more]