On Thursday morning, Donald Trump, again, showed how little he understands about public health and the job of a president in a time of pandemic.
President Trump, like most of the public, is tired of the war in Afghanistan. Trump, like most of the public, has long wondered why roughly 8,000 U.S. troops continue to put their lives on the line for an Afghan nation that only just recently ended a monthslong internal political feud between the country’s two top politicians. And Trump, like most of the public, seems to understand that there is no political benefit whatsoever in extending an already lengthy and pointless two-decade war.
Until now, his foreign policy has mostly been a slogan. Now it has a name.
Florida’s senior U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio should make the most of his talents as “Trump whisperer.” He could help elevate the country’s stature in the eyes of a disappointed world.This week, Republican leaders tapped Rubio to be acting chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, one of the most powerful committees in Congress.His predecessor, North Carolina [
It has been 44 days since President Donald Trump promised more immigration changes to help Americans regain some of the many jobs held by imported visa workers.
Democratic strategist James Carville took several shots at President Trump's weight while discussing his prospects for the 2020 presidential election.
As the COVID-19 crisis suggests, President Trump is changing U.S. foreign policy toward China and much more. By appearances, critics claim that Mr. Trump’s “America First” foreign policy is a disaster. Alliances splinter in ruin, Russia and China rummage through the rubble, the Middle East and Afghanistan decompose, and pandemic
President Trump’s words and actions Monday – railing against “weak” governors and mayors, then holding a Bible outside a historic church near the White House – may have marked “the beginning of the end” of American democracy, a retired Marine Corps general writes in an op-ed article.
Friday on CBS's "This Morning," Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison shared his reaction to the situation in Minneapolis with protests for George Floyd's death which have turned violent, as well as President Donald Trump's remarks about the scene. | Clips
‘America is putting itself first, which is natural. Why shouldn’t we behave in the same way?’ says Carleton U’s David Carment.
MSNBC legal analyst Neal Katyal joins to react to Trump officials clearing Lafayette Park earlier this week with tear gas so that the president could have a photo op at a church across from the White House.
“I guess in Trump’s mind, voting should be like your wife smiling at you: once a year, in public, and never at home,” Noah said after Trump condemned states he alleged allowed voting by mail.