The BBC brings up President Trump’s women problems.
Until now, not one of our NATO allies believed the American President actively sought favour and approval from the leader of totalitarian Russia.
The British Prime Minister could use a lesson in reconnecting with her base.
The president knows leverage when he sees it, and he’ll have masses over Theresa May this week.
It’s an outcome that would thrill Donald Trump and his supporters. The “it” is, of course, another Hillary Clinton run…
When Donald Trump promised a ‘deal of the century’ between Israelis and Palestinians, he didn’t mention which century he had…
Last week, the Associated Press reported that President Trump once pressed aides on the possibility of invading Venezuela to topple the…
The Left is apoplectic about the prospect of a genuinely conservative replacement for Anthony Kennedy.
If protestors in London think they can send the President a message, they are mistaken.
The trials of Alan Dershowitz, who alleges that he is being shunned and ostracised by former friends on Martha’s Vineyard,…
The president may be averse to the arts, but he’s hardly shaking the republic to its core.
The president has already demonstrated his impatience with ‘little things’ that stand between him and a great political or diplomatic victory.
He kept the President’s secrets about Russia as well as ‘the women.’
A man ruthless enough to strap his dog Seamus to the roof of his station wagon on a family road trip to Canada has to be taken seriously.
Donald Trump’s demand to have a new sixth branch of the US armed services is about protecting America’s satellites and cyber capabilities. A worthy goal.
The director recognises Trump’s startling originality and willingness to look beyond the taken-for-granted modus operandi of the Washington Establishment.
Tariffs are a huge political gamble, one that the GOP is eyeing with mounting apprehension.
Runners and riders for Mueller’s next arrest.
A British Member of Parliament thinks that the government has not always done all it can to assist the Mueller inquiry into whether Trump’s campaign colluded with Russia.
‘My wife feels strongly about it. I feel strongly about it. Anybody with a heart would feel this way.’
I don’t want to keep pushing the Francis-Trump analogy. But the Pope makes it tough to resist the temptation
In an interview with Reuters, the supreme pontiff uses Trumpian rhetoric to criticize the migrant children scandal.
Conrad Black explains how the President consistently and hilariously outplays his enemies, provoking and then exploiting the friction between him and them to raise himself to ever greater heights.
Or is all the hysteria over migrant children just a way of hurting President Trump?
What does the American left do when a year of hyperbole about Russian subversion and full-blown fascism in the White…
Under investigation and with his own reputation in question, the former FBI director is no longer the reliable, trustworthy source he once seemed.