A diligent press corps is trying to force him to say what he will do or say when he meets his Russian chum. But Trump himself may not really know.
The Commander-in-Chief reduces world politics to an amazing farce, and it’s hard not to kind of love for him for it.
His fiery interview with The Sun makes clear he is not on board with Theresa May’s flaccid plans.
I’m sorry to say this, but Donald Trump really doesn’t think much about Britain at all. He may have some…
One of the myths about Donald Trump is that he’s wildly unpredictable. In media terms, he’s an absolute banker: everywhere…
He’s committed to upholding the law and has meticulously reasoned opinions.
Oxfordshire readies itself for a showdown with the 45th President.
“What good is Nato if Germany is paying Russia billions of dollars for gas and energy?” tweeted Donald Trump on…
A new book argues that Trump could destroy the Republican Party.
PART I Donald Trump is less than impressed with Theresa May’s Brexit plan, it seems. ‘I’m not sure that’s what…
London The American president is coming! All over Britain, people are putting up the bunting, cutting the crusts off the…
If the cover-up allegations against the Ohio congressman deepen, it could cause a rift in the caucus.
‘It’s mad to have an immigration system that doesn’t allow people in who you actually need, and does allow people in who you don’t need.’
It didn’t take long for Democratic leading lights to realise that such a sweeping idea on immigration spells death at the ballot-box.
It’s almost impossible to imagine the President praising a book or a person or an idea, or really anything, that hasn’t been approved by a lot of people.
Boris, on the other hand...
They have now gone further than many of its members ever intended. And it’s fascinating to behold.
Like Neil Gorsuch, he appears to be your standard issue hard-line conservative but not a judicial Robespierre.
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.
Feminists will be lining up to prevent the appointment of the Catholic mother of seven.
The EPA chief’s departure will make little if any difference to the MAGA agenda – at least not where energy and the environment are concerned.
It’s an outcome that would thrill Donald Trump and his supporters. The “it” is, of course, another Hillary Clinton run…