Trump broke yet another horrible record.
Daniel W. Drezner, a professor of international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, called the news “a reminder that when it comes to Iran, John Bolton and Mike Pompeo are batshit insane.”
President Donald Trump has floated the idea that the military build his much-touted border wall. Tonight, the idea might become reality.
Don’t be fooled by his North Korea summit. Trump is still bringing the world closer to a nuclear crisis.
But even if prayers for lasting peace are never to be answered, we can keep seeking that long-sought end to conflict, can’t we?
At long last, President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania paid a visit to U.S. troops stationed overseas, after a secret overnight flight to Iraq.
The fallout from President Donald Trump’s decision to pull US troops from the northern border of Syria continued Wednesday.
He did find time to praise Saudi Arabia, the country responsible for the assassination of a Washington Post journalist.
So much of the previously unthinkable has been done by President Trump that it is not impossible to imagine that he might regard a terrorist attack as a useful distraction.
“There doesn’t seem to be any strategic rationale for the decision.”
When Trump finds himself embarrassed by someone, his go-to response is to claim he has never heard of them.
Trump’s sudden announcement on Syria confused American agencies and leaders. But Vladimir Putin praised it loudly.
Many have believed Mattis has protected the country from the worst of the president’s impulses.
On Wednesday, The Daily Beast reported that Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK) made a massive purchase of stock in a defense contractor shortly after the negotiation of a massive increase in Pentagon spending.
The revelation is yet another blow to President Donald Trump, who after first trying to face down North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
The American mission in Afghanistan has borrowed a page from Harry Potter, draping itself in a cloak of invisibility.
Trump is expected to extend the deployment of troops to the southern border until January.
Kushner has been urging the State Department and the Defense Department to promote the $110 billion figure.
As a result of Trump’s racist pre-election border stunt, thousands of troops must spend Thanksgiving away from their families.
Everything about this order is strange and ominous.
A new report from the Washington Post reveals that Trump’s hesitancy is due to a very predictable reason: fear.
Trump keeps promising he’ll visit American military troops serving in combat zones — and he keeps putting it off.
Given the insults he has heaped on veterans lately, those words now sound as hollow as any other Trump lie.
Trump’s racist border stunt means military families will be separated for Thanksgiving.
Contrary to Trump’s bragging, North Korea hasn’t scaled back its nuclear ambitions — and has been working on at least 16 previously undisclosed missile bases.