<i>The inability of the U.S. President Donald Trump to find common ground with Congress turns him into a perhaps pleasant but useless partner for Moscow.</i>
President Trump, after signing the bill, which regulates already implemented sanctions against Russia and Russians, hints at the possibility of new sanctions, [Read more]
Kelly will need the draw on the experience and strength of backbone that earned him each of his four stars as a Marine general, and look upon each day in the White House as a new minefield.
The world is in motion. It no longer matters what Trump will say, nor what he will do with regards to anti-Russia sanctions.
The motivation driving the White House becomes clear: a desire to mop up the competition by dishonest means.
What does it have in common with our national sovereignty when an American army document first announces that U.S. troops will drive through our republic fully armed, and only later does the Czech government discuss the matter?