Many conservatives who supported Donald Trump for president argued that he was the last possible barricade against an unrelenting left. We’re not talking about the #MAGA die-hards who praised everything Trump said, but conservatives who set aside their misgivings about his character and experience and supported his candidacy because he was a bulwark against pervasive
Breaking a precedent set by President Ronald Reagan, President Donald Trump pulled the United States out of the Cold War-era Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, which helped dial back the long-running arms race between the United States and the Soviet Union. In a press statement, Trump implied that by pulling out, he was standing up to Russia: Tomorrow, the United States will suspend its obligations under the INF Treaty and begin the process of withdrawing from the
In laying blame at Trump’s door, the senator isn’t seeing why things have not changed and gotten worse under him
The next presidential election is more than a year away and no fewer than 11 aspirants have announced that they are running, with another eight labeled “certain” or “likely” to run. All are now out there trying to tell their stories and separate themselves from the pack, but it is Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren who is first out of the gates with a formal foreign policy.