Too late actually to compete in the 2012 Republican Presidential primaries, Donald Trump prepared in August of that year a TV ad to show how he would have been campaigning against Obama’s re-election if he were to have been running against him...
European criticism of Trump goes far beyond a simple displeasure with the man who will be the next president. The condemnation reveals a deep-seated contempt for the United States, and for American voters who democratically elected a candidate committed to restoring American economic and military strength. European anti-Americanism is certain to escalate in the years ahead, not because of Trump or his policies, but because "globalists" appear desperate to save the failing European Union
"There are fears he is having a nervous breakdown. He’s surrounded by all these crazy people, but there’s nobody he listens to or who can rein him in. He’s a mad genius, and he’s spiraling further and further out of control."
America didn’t get what it expected, but perhaps it got what it deserved, good and hard. The kids on campus have gone temporarily insane over this domestic situation and some wonder if they’ll ever get over it.
U.S. Immigration officials are currently so overwhelmed with an ongoing surge of crossings at the southern border that they have been forced to open a new temporary facility in Texas to accommodate for all the illegal alien border crossers.
Republican lawmakers warn that there could be a major obstacle to enacting President-elect Donald Trump’s agenda: the national debt. As Senator Jeff Flake said of deficits and debt: "I was disappointed that it wasn’t brought up in the campaign. It’s the biggest problem we face, by far."
Moments ago, Bloomberg's political reporter Jennifer Epstein reported that a gaggle of mainstream media TV executives and anchors just entered the Trump Tower elevators for a meeting with Donald Trump. Among those named were the who-is-who of the prime time news circuit, including the following.
"We see the US economy moving into modest disequilibrium over the next 1-2 years, with an unemployment rate falling below its long-run sustainable rate and inflation rising above the Fed’s target. Looking ahead, overshooting means that the economy could begin to develop imbalances, increasing the odds of another downturn further into the forecast horizon."
“It’s a new world, Hillary Clinton, it’s a new world... A lot of people here feel like they lost, you know why? Because y’all been lied to. Google lied to you. Facebook lied to you. Radio lied to you."