Trump’s dream is the same as that of any other autocrat.
The world is watching to see whether the judiciary, which should supervise the president along with Congress, will demonstrate the ability to restore American democracy.
His presidency is an inferno that now threatens the country’s constitutional order.
[T]here are still some obstacles between Trump and his wall—but it is not inconceivable that he could avoid them.
In the country that created the first constitution that formally sanctioned the separation of powers, the head of state doesn’t believe in it.
'We do not have Obama judges or Trump judges ... '
The latest display of Trump’s difficulties in grasping how the power machine works came this week.
We were all warned about Donald Trump’s intentions from the beginning. During his run for the White House, the man set himself apart by making sweeping statements and shockingly rude remarks.
Driven by a delusional arrogance, he’s practically looked down his nose at the whole world – an attitude worthy of a [Read more]
Responding with rounds of tweets, even in capital letters, will not help Trump escape the constitutional trap he is sliding into through vanity and lack of preparation.
The Chinese must ... make adequate preparations, lest Trump does aim the tip of his spear toward us.