Tag: Donald Trump
As the divide now separating the Democrats and Republicans threatens to turn into a yawning, abyss, the future does not bode well for the U.S.
If we’re being honest, Joe Biden—the unexpected president, whose millennium-spanning quest for the Oval Office ended with an accidental stumble over the finish line—can only be compared to one predecessor, a man so like him and so unlike anyone else that their coexistence (and the nature of their paths’ crossing) can only be taken as proof that God has a sense of humor.
I know plenty of people who couldn’t stand Trump, but voted for him not because they thought he was the solution to anything, but because they figured at least he would put off their own destruction for a few years.
The Biden Circle’s foreign policy agenda is secondary – It’s prime objective is to forestage ‘toughness’, Alastair Crooke writes. Tim and Joaquin discuss his article.