In March 1975, nine years after originally planned, I was in Vietnam.
Whether Trump is a racist is beside the point. What isn’t is that throughout his political life, he has shamelessly played the race card.
Why would the networks not want to allocate substantial time to the scientifically proven reasons there had been two history-making hurricanes in the space of two weeks?
No one knows how and when the presidency of Donald Trump is most likely to end. But as the stories continue to pile up, one can narrow the possibilities.
This could turn out to be the most fateful decision Trump has made as president.
Until very recently, despite their private concerns about Trump, Republican members of Congress have been largely acquiescent in his bizarre behavior.
When the president of the United States doesn’t understand basic issues, he can do some serious damage.
It cannot yet be said there is now legal proof of collusion, but such proof appears to be tantalizingly close.
Given Trump’s refusal to ever accept personal blame when things go wrong, Kushner’s once absolute hold on White House power, may now be diminished.
America is in the midst of a power struggle between a president who consciously denigrates some of the country’s most important institutions.
I have no doubt that the reason behind Comey’s firing is that Trump wants to quash the FBI’s investigation into Russian meddling in the presidential election.
Given this vacuum in the president’s knowledge on North Korea and Iran, it is hard to be confident that he will be able to navigate us through these very dangerous waters.
One of the main reasons for the staggering number of opioid victims is that “opioid makers played a big role in getting people hooked on drugs.”
The current controversy over Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election — with the possible collusion of some Trump administration officials — is now almost daily being compared to Watergate.