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In keeping with the recent meme of recognizing bad behavior
CNN's Brian Stelter says there are uncomfortable questions about President Trump's fitness to lead that journalists aren't asking often enough.
Republicans find themselves saddled with an incompetent president elected on an implicit promise to make America white again. Under him, they are able to accomplish exactly nothing.
Anyone who looks to a political leader for his moral True North is a fool.
Bannon denies those claims and said, instead, that he participates in the debates that play out inside the White House on issues from free trade to foreign policy. Before his departure, he told me the White House “could be a lot more aggressive”—and it was clear he was pushing Trump in that direction. Senior West Wing aides now wonder just how much damage Bannon can do from the outside. They will now have a chance to see whether his aggressive instincts are turned on them.
President Donald Trump's policy agenda may seem somewhat incoherent, but his underlying approach Ã¢?? developed, in large part, by now-departed chief strategist Steve Bannon Ã¢?? can be best summarized iÃ¢?Â¦
Trade fair dates back to 1954, but was last held in 2011, months after eruption of protests against Assad government
Saudi Airlines says its planes are still not allowed to land in Doha despite asking for permission days ago
Trust in the mass media is at an all-time low. Two- thirds of Americans believe the mainstream press publishes fake news. Yes, there’s still much good journalism to be found, if you know where to look. Yet, ask reporters who’ve been around a while, and many will tell you that a lot of good journalism is being left unpublished. Good journalists hate what’s happening to the news.
He had some great ideas. He also had greatly disturbing ones.
The message was clear. The fate of America — or at least of white America, which was the only America that counted — was at stake. On the autumn evening of Thursday, Oct. 7, 1948, South Carolina Governor Strom Thurmond, the segregationist Dixiecrat nominee for President, addressed a crowd of 1,000 inside the University of Virginia's Cabell Hall in Charlottesville, Va. Attacking President Truman's civil rights program, one that included anti-lynching legislation and protections against racial discrimination in hiring, Thurmond denounced these moves toward racial justice, saying...