Neil Gorsuch, who espouses a literal reading of the Constitution, and who is not nearly as incompetent as Mr. Trump, will follow in Antonin Scalia’s footsteps.
Irrefutable facts do matter. They are the foundation of sensible and responsible politics. Ignoring them can have serious consequences.
It is possible that an inexperienced president in charge of the world’s most powerful country and the strife in the EU may offer Russia a lucky chance.
Even if the billionaire can rely on a Republican majority to get the green light, given the profiles of the candidates, the exercise is no formality.
Russia sees Trump's presidency as a net loss for the United States’ global position that Russia should take advantage of.