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Nicky Woolf is the editor of New Statesman America. He has formerly written for the Guardian and the New Statesman. He tweets @NickyWoolf.
Talking about his Greenland demands instead of the increasingly volatile US economy is exactly what the president wants us to be doing.
“There has been a tremendous disturbance in the Force.”
The multi-millionaire financier died in federal custody while awaiting trial on charges of operating a child sex-trafficking ring. Then the internet lost its mind.
Gun deaths now seem factored-in to the discourse as acceptable losses. In this America, these shootings cannot be stopped.
Steve Bannon’s far-right media outlet has lost 75 per cent of its audience since Trump took office and 90 per cent of its advertisers.
Epstein, whom Acosta gave what critics called a “sweetheart” plea deal in 2008, was arrested in New York on Monday.
The president was angered by leaked diplomatic cables in which Darroch called his administration “inept”.
The US president has gifted the North Korean despot a diplomatic triumph with almost nothing in return.
How America prostrated itself before one of America’s largest corporations – and how New York took a stand.
It is against the law for White House employees to engage in political campaigning. But the Trump White House is entirely political.