Nicky Woolf is the editor of New Statesman America. He has formerly written for the Guardian and the New Statesman. He tweets @NickyWoolf.
Both men understand that it is perceptions – the selling of narratives – rather than facts that really matter.
The meeting was historic. But can Trump’s accidental “madman” strategy really work?
For him, food – its preparation, and its consumption – was a way to connect to our universal humanity. He will be sorely missed.
Many have compared Ontario’s new premier, whose brother was the crack-smoking mayor of Toronto, with Donald Trump – though there are some key differences.
The right proved beyond all doubt that it is comfortable with its own hypocrisy. And guess what: Don Jr just had to get involved.
The Facebook CEO’s testimony before the European Parliament was, if anything, even less edifying than his US congressional appearances.
The Times writer claims “Islamophobia is a fiction to shut down debate.” Is she right? Short answer: nope. Long answer: noooooope.
On Fox News, Rudy Giuliani admitted that Trump had paid Michael Cohen the $130,000 that bought Daniels’ silence.
Comey’s wildly anticipated portrait of the US President compares him with the Italian mafiosos of New York.
An unforced error by Trump's incoming secretary of state may have removed even the meagre possibility of a meaningful response to Assad's atrocities.