The question we should ask, after this election, is whether Trump is further or closer to re-election, and unfortunately it seems that he is closer.
In any case, this House/White House opposition is a typical situation in U.S. presidential history, which Trump will now have to get used to.
The Democratic tsunami ... has turned out to be a slight swell, important but not enough to leave the president without a mandate.
The United States must decide on Tuesday if it wants to represent global stability or rather be a tension-creating element.
Anti-Semitism is extremely dangerous and poisons the foundations of society.
[F]reedom and democracy for all ... [t]hat's all fallen by the wayside.
The price in terms of Trump’s image could cost the unity of his own party.
The current U.S. president’s decision does not, therefore, give the impression of having been well thought out.
Trump decides his Middle East politics with Tel Aviv and Riyadh alone.