Democratic candidates are like great white sharks who have smelled blood.
Now ... the situation could go dangerously askew for Trump.
[It is not] xenophobic to assert that the arrival and transit of foreigners in the country has to be governed by rules.
The difficulty of getting out of this mess is that for both Washington and Ankara, the issue has become a topic of national pride.
[I]t is now also a question of supremacy in the Middle East.
Their shared head-on approach disguised as frankness seems to have forged an interpersonal chemistry of immeasurable political consequences.
It should be understood that any policy aimed at discouraging immigration is doomed to fail if the problem isn’t addressed comprehensively.
What Trump would be proposing as we said in November 2016, is a type of total commercial war, with changes in global equilibria, but also in the principal paradigms of world order.
The president is an enemy agent.