<i>Economic measures launched by the United States break the consensus with European allies and threaten to destabilize the Middle East</i>
To fulfill his threat to re-impose trade sanctions on Iran, Donald Trump has returned Washington to the path of unilateral international policy that leads to isolationism. Three [Read more]
If Miguel de Cervantes were around today ... [h]e wouldn’t care ... if his "Quixote" was nominated for the best popular film Oscar.
<i>The President heats up at the beginning of the trial for his former campaign manager.</i>
He's been branding it as a "witch hunt" almost since before it began, however, last Wednesday, he attacked, more fiercely than ever before, the investigation on the Russian affair that special counsel Robert Mueller is [Read more]
Trump hasn’t hit the campaign trail for the midterm elections coming up in three months, because he never got off the campaign trail.
Donald Trump has cut off his nose to spite his face.
The principal challenge to business confidence has a name: Donald Trump.
No one gives scientific credence to President Trump, who tweeted that these wildfires are made much worse by 'the bad environmental laws.'
In his twisted genius, Trump understands everything except the separation of powers.
The ones suffering the most from the consequences of this Russian-American comedy of errors ... are European citizens.
<i>The president goes back to his tactic of blackmail as a way to deal with immigration issues, a tactic which has hardly brought any results.</i>
Donald Trump returned to his favorite tactic, although it has almost never worked: blackmailing the Democrats to get their approval on heavy-handed immigration policies. [Read more]