The White House press secretary set a new precedent: Partisanship over patriotism. Victory over truth.
Helsinki may be the extraordinary moment when Donald Trump’s worst traits were so blatantly self-exposed that even some of his own partisans were forced to say, “Enough.”
As explained by linguists
It’s not clear he even understands the distinction between self and country upon which the idea of patriotism rests.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss tricky questions of national—and international—allegiance in sports, after the victory for Les Bleus, which some called “the last African team.”
In south central China’s Guizhou province sits Qiandongnan Miao and Dong Autonomous Prefecture, home to nearly four million people, beautiful scenery, and colorful festivals.
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- 2 A New Talking Point From the Pro-Trump Fringe
- 3 Donald Trump Is No Patriot
- 4 The Vindication of Cheese, Butter, and Full-Fat Milk
- 5 The Fourteenth Amendment Can’t Be Revoked by Executive Order
- 6 The Frightening Link Between Beef Jerky and Bipolar Mania
- 7 The Worst Security Risk in U.S. History
- 8 Jeff Flake Hints at the T-Word
- 9 The Crisis Facing America
- 10 Why Does the Kremlin Care So Much About the Magnitsky Act?