The U.S. constitutional system has never had to face such a challenge.
Does the European Union have an economic and diplomatic strategy in response to U.S. protectionism? It would appear not.
Trump represents an America that is afraid, unable to resurface by means of innovation and instead, committed to maintaining its privileged position, rather than evolving.
[I]n spite of the seriousness of the instability that Trump has caused in the world, the greatest danger that today emanates from the White House is not international; it’s domestic.
As Marx said in “The Eighteenth Brumaire of Luis Bonaparte,” “History repeats … first as a tragedy, then as a farce.”
[Trump] is behaving like the key witness for the prosecution at his own trial.
[Giuliani's] power was such that, following his return from one of his trips to Europe, he ordered—and immediately achieved—the removal of U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch.
For Trump, the value of the WTO is instrumental; he only believes in it when it rules in his favor.
Day after day, Trump continues to ignore the important implications of the decisions a U.S. president makes.