Once a staunch defender of Muslim Americans and a fierce critic of Trump, the South Carolina senator now endorses the president’s approach to combating terror.
The president was notably restrained in the wake of an apparent terror attack on Tuesday—that hasn’t often been the case.
Jeff Flake is the latest Republican figure to split with his constituents over Donald Trump, transforming both the party and the American mainstream.
The president relishes bellicose language and performative violence, but seldom acknowledges its human toll.
The last seventy-five years of American foreign policy are not the story of a country consistently pursuing democratic ideals, only to see them undermined now by a fearful “blood and soil” isolationism.
Why does the Republican chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee see the specter of World War III?
It’s not really about Rex Tillerson. It’s about the president’s need to cast somebody in the role of feckless wimp.
The would-be Alabama Senator cements a Republican Party transition to acceptance of open intolerance of Muslims that is a long time coming.
What the Trump administration has been threatening is not a “preemptive strike.”
Donald Trump used his first address at the United Nations to redefine the idea of sovereignty.
Trump has characterized its policy as “appeasement.” But Seoul’s approach is far more sensible than Washington’s.
The president’s prejudices predate his relationship with the former Breitbart News chief.
If the president is concerned about violence on the left, he can start by fighting the white supremacist movements whose growth has fueled its rise.
Antifa’s activists say they’re battling burgeoning authoritarianism on the American right. Are they fueling it instead?
The resignation of George Selim, a key Homeland Security official, may signal a shift away from treating the American Muslim community as partners in the struggle against radicalization.
The new White House communications director’s profane rant at a reporter shows how similar to the president he really is.
President Trump is reportedly considering drastic action to end the Russia investigation.
Why some progressives are minimizing Russia’s election meddling
No matter what the subject, the president finds someone to compare himself to. And in every comparison, he comes out the winner.
Months into his tenure, Trump still responds to controversies by lobbing the same charges at his opponents.