Even after the Trump administration is gone, the aftereffects of what it does will continue for a long time.
Trump's White House is the madhouse that those who endorse his genius expected.
The message is clear – whoever wants to overshadow the boss, whoever blabs to the press without authorization, whoever criticizes the Trump family like Bannon did, will be mercilessly seen off.
The 71-year-old CEO of Renaissance Capital, a large, secretive U.S. hedge fund, has become one of the most important names in politics.
What is certain is that the president should not underestimate the potential danger that his former adviser represents.
To make matters worse, his reputation as an impulsive, angry president, unpredictable and devoid of all moral authority, sticks to his skin like a too-small Halloween costume.
In Trump’s America, members of the Ku Klux Klan, neo-Nazis and right-wing extremists of the 'alt-right' movement march openly.
Faced with ridicule and criticism, President Trump, who values profit more than reputation, is still doing things his way.
<i>The inauguration of President Trump was marked by the beginning of a new stage of open opposition between the White House and the media. Now, American citizens and people from all over the world are watching a live broadcast of the new reality show, “Media against the President,” on a daily basis. This struggle [Read more]
“Border Wall” is a documentary that came out 11 years ago. It's hard to find. It isn't in DVD stores, which hardly exist now, and you can only find it for sale online from suspicious sources.
The reason I decided to track down a copy is because it was produced by Steve Bannon, senior adviser to President Donald [Read more]