The Mueller report has cleared President Trump of the allegations, made by sore-loser headmistress Hillary Clinton, that Mr. Trump enlisted the Russians to help him win the 2016 election. The damage to Mr. Trump and his administration caused by the false narrative during the two years of the Mueller probe can’t be called justice. It was an injustice of the highest order — legally, morally and constitutionally.
Amid reports of problems with vote counting machines, President Rodrigo Duterte said Monday the Commission on Elections should be given a chance to explain ahead of any probes into reported glitches and errors.
Fence-sitting is never a good look. Especially when opposition has a historic duty to perform: stopping Nigel Farage
If trust in our politicians is at an all time low, maybe it's time to reconsider how we elect them in the first place.
President Donald Trump started the morning with a series of tweets complaining about Democrats and immigration, and then tipped his political hand. The president kicked off the tweet storm by claiming "Democrats now realize that there is a National Emergency at the Border," and begged for their support on his immigration policies. "If we work together, it can be immediately fixed," Trump tweeted. "We need Democrat votes and all will be well!" He claimed Border
In the hour-long video German YouTuber Rezo, 26, takes aim at Angela Merkel's CDU and its policies on climate change, the rich, and drug laws, prompting responses from CDU heavyweights.
President Donald Trump's Sunday morning tweet complaining about the "best horse" not winning the Kentucky Derby due to disqualification by the racecourse stewards was greeted with disbelief and derision on Twitter -- as well as a reminder that the 2016 election also had a poor result. On Sunday, Trump blamed "political correctness" for the loss by favorite Maximum Security, tweeting: "The Kentuky Derby decision was not a good one. It was a rough and tumble
President Joko Widodo wins a new term in Indonesia, amid fears of unrest and street protests.
Turkey's state-run news agency says the country's highest electoral body has ruled for a rerun of the Istanbul mayoral election after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's party challenged the legitimacy of the vote an opposition candidate narrowly won