Trump ... has made “America First” into “America Superior” with his endless fracturing of American society.
The humiliation and despair that come with the decline in the U.S. economy have been building for years and finally engendered the presidency of Trump, a political outsider. Trump did not win the presidency with his personal appeal alone.
A decade after the financial crisis began, the big central banks are still propping up the economy with their millions of injections of money into the financial system.
As they deal with the current state of the nation, how are the Republican Party and the Democratic Party — Trump and his opponents, respectively — ever going to settle the ever-expanding social divergence in the U.S.?
Trump doesn't understand the most important thing in his country: You cannot ignore social problems.
In comparison to Europe, the American welfare state is not generous enough.
With a president elected against this type of free-for-all backdrop, preventing an economic downturn will be difficult regardless of who is elected.
How can Americans, living in one of the richest societies in human history, appear to have no money?
In this “land of unlimited opportunity,” freedom has turned into fear. People feel betrayed and cheated out of the American dream. They want their country back.
Sanders ... could manage to identify America’s great wound: the arrogant tyranny of the rich.