Warren ... has been the most influential figure in a party still trying to come to terms with the end of the Obama era and the disaster of Clinton's defeat.
Trump mistakenly thinks that America, thanks to its thuggery, is more powerful than ever.
Threatening free, peaceful navigation is a very serious matter that should have consequences for the theocratic dictatorship in Tehran.
[T]o apply these measures to an issue as complex and sensitive as illegal immigration ... and to force a change of policy in another country, is an irrational move conceivable only in the Trump universe.
[P]ower ... takes its toll, and Trump's victory four years ago in some states was so close that he cannot afford to make mistakes.
He does not care about being racist, abusive or misogynist.
A migration policy that continues to give priority to immigration control and is determined by the swings of the U.S. Government, does not comply with this basic principle of protecting dignity.
The alliance between London and Washington is crucial, not only for both countries, but for the democratic world.
One can only understand Trump as being the closest thing to what Queen Elizabeth would call a bull in a china shop
[H]ave we considered who is constructing our story and narrating our sorrows?