The two men have such a great personal connection, perhaps they can comfort each other
It’s the culture wars, stupid
In many ways Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua are far more natural targets for Trumpian aggression
It’s worth bearing Jo Cox in mind when thinking about the pipe bombs mailed to various Trump opponents this week
The US President has proved he is a rabble rouser. But the rabble he rouses most is the one that opposes him
Saudi trolls have been active in casting aspersions on Khashoggi, no doubt. But does that mean Khashoggi was nothing but a cuddly liberal? Clearly not
The President’s fumbling opponents keep snatching defeat from the jaws of victory
His rant against Democrats was more fun and interesting than the celebrity-endorsed jokes against Kavanaugh that took up the rest of the show
The snowflakes aren’t melting as they get older and wiser. They now have jobs in publishing and media and are marching through the institutions they work for
She can lose without behaving like a diva brat, but sometimes she can’t, and when she loses her temper she is a fairly awful human being
And that’s saying something
‘Putting an irresponsible, ignorant man in charge of the world’s most important economy would be very bad news’
‘We fought as hard as we could. And, though we fell short, the failure is mine not yours’
It’s the porn stars, not Putin, that look most likely to damage Trump in the upcoming midterms
For the madman approach to work, it has to be unpredictable. Trump's Twitter aggression isn't.
The former White House strategist thinks China poses a much greater threat.
The Commander-in-Chief reduces world politics to an amazing farce, and it’s hard not to kind of love for him for it.
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The president knows leverage when he sees it, and he’ll have masses over Theresa May this week.
If protestors in London think they can send the President a message, they are mistaken.
Britain’s Windrush scandal shows how outrage over cruel policies can lead to positive polls
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