What if [the president] weakens institutions and breaks many of the rules designed to ensure that a president does not abuse his power to his advantage?
<i>Marie Yovanovich puts the president on the spot for his “shady interests.” The diplomat’s testimony fueled suspicions about the investigation into Joseph Biden, Trump’s campaign opponent.</i>
Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch testified on Friday that Washington’s policy concerning [Read more]
One does not have to be an adversary of the president to say that, regardless of whether it is Trump's intention or not, many of his decisions are extremely favorable for Putin.
The chinks in Trump’s armor will not stop his most loyal allies in Congress from continuing to defend him tooth and nail.
What was promoted as an act of civil disobedience is actually an attack on the constitutional order.
Even more surprising then was Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney’s public recognition of the exact opposite of what the White House had been saying for weeks.
The professional public servants, the career officers, are saying enough already in the face of the excess and corruption unleashed by Trump. It’s about time.
The Democrats are playing the impeachment card as one way to pressure the president into withdrawing from the upcoming elections.
If there is nothing more to hope for from Trump, is there anything to fear from Warren?