Suzanne Fields, Everyone’s wondering just what kind of president Donald Trump will make. Democrats and Republicans, liberals and conservatives, and Tories and Whigs (there must still be a few of them tucked away somewhere) who are still talking to one another have embraced timid and tentative expectations. This did not include the haters, the Never
Henry Kissinger, the 93-year-old foreign policy guru to world leaders, isn’t slowing down. On Wednesday he weighed in on Donald Trump’s pick of Exxon Mobil Corp. chief Rex Tillerson as the top U.S. diplomat, the importance of the ‘One-China’ policy and the president-elect’s decision to take a phone call from Taiwan’s leader. Speaking to the
President-elect Donald Trump said China will soon have to “play by the rules” as he introduced the man he intends to nominate as his emissary to the U.S.’s largest economic rival and most important trading partner. “China is responsible for almost half of America’s trade deficit,” Trump said at a rally Thursday evening Des Moines, Iowa.
Cal Thomas, President-elect Donald Trump says Brandon Victor Dixon, the actor who currently plays Aaron Burr in the Broadway musical “Hamilton,” should apologize for his tacky lecturing of Vice-President-elect Mike Pence about diversity and the “fear” of people like himself, an African-American, about a Trump-Pence administration. Conservatives are denouncing the incident. Some are calling for
Michael Barone, In the midst of the most debate-heavy week of the fall campaign season, with the vice presidential debate last Tuesday and the second presidential debate Sunday, let’s look at what remains uncertain about this year’s bizarre contest. For those of you who are reading this column after Sunday night, the first and largest
Jeff Jacoby, When a Washington Post column described Marco Rubio as being “a bit at sea in terms of his next step politically,” the Florida senator was irritated. “Another genius line,” he tweeted acerbically. “I have only said like 10000 times I will be a private citizen in January.” That was on May 16 — two months
Infowars, Producer of Amerigeddon highlights how shadow elite governs from behind the scenes. Billionaire and producer of the film Amerigeddon, currently out in theaters, Gary Heavin brought light to the hidden players behind the globalist agenda and the Washington power structure in an appearance on Fox News Tuesday. “There is a shadow government in Washington
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is scheduled to meet on Wednesday with former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, the Washington Post reported on Monday, citing three people close to Trump. The meeting in New York comes after weeks of telephone conversations between Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, and Kissinger, who was a top adviser to