Some firm handshakes, forced smiles, and awkward sword dances. In short, nothing.
The consequences of the president’s reported divulgence of top-secret codeword information to the Russians are only beginning.
His idea that the country’s interests and its values are two separate things—the first mandatory, the second optional—reflects a misreading of the past.
Simply blaming Obama won't work as a game plan.
Sooner or later, someone needs to explain what Trump’s foreign policy is. But the secretary of state does not seem to understand his job.
The departure of Michael Flynn leaves the administration with a feuding crew, and no one at the helm.
There should be nothing surprising about what Donald Trump has done in his first week—but he has underestimated the resilience of Americans and their institutions.