The president has been more consistent on how to leave the EU than most British politicians
Talk of ‘Jexodus’ may be premature, but allegations of Democratic anti-Semitism will not stop
The Fox News host’s only real crime is daring to be provocative in a dull media world
It’s the Sanders party now. How can the Democratic establishment stop him this time?
The former Texas congressman ticks a lot of the right wrong boxes
Trump is divisive. He splits his opposition perfectly
The two sides of the debate don’t inhabit the same universe
Female identity politics is itching for revenge in 2020
Democrats and journalists are, as usual, far too quick to declare Trump ‘totally’ defeated
Billionaire presidential campaigns are a great excuse for political consultants to try and flatter super-rich men
From Washington to London, the anxiety about the status quo is the same
The latest allegations feel thinner than usual — yet still they’ve dominated the airwaves and Twitter feeds of media VIPs
Trump’s speaking style is pedestrian. But Pelosi’s is patronizing and Schumer’s is soporific
Trump loyalists think he spends every hour Making America Great Again and draining the swamp
Trump loyalists are delighted at the general’s exit
Prince Charles is attending Bush 41’s funeral
We don’t need leaders to listen to a murder to know what happened
Trump has always been pro-Brexit. But Theresa May has never been pro-Trump enough to work with him
So why has the Democratic machine fallen so madly for him?
It’s not just private email scandals. The First Daughter and the former First Lady have a lot in common
Did the President’s wife break the glass ceiling?
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