What would a Republican victory in the midterms mean? First, it would be a confirmation of Trump.
As a president, Trump acts exactly the same as he did when he was a businessman. He remains a gambler, and his presidency is a singular, giant bet.
In truth, Apple is not making any kind of sacrifice.
[T]he law passed by Congress ... does not reform anything at all. It just further polarizes a country already divided in half.
Trump ... has made “America First” into “America Superior” with his endless fracturing of American society.
Beijing is paying close attention to any spillover effects from Trump’s tax cuts and will not remain indifferent.
President Trump got elected as a populist and a non-traditional Republican. He said he would not preside over a tax reform that was mostly about benefiting wealthy taxpayers like himself. And yet, less than a year after his inauguration, this is what he and his party have delivered.