Nicky Woolf is the editor of New Statesman America. He has formerly written for the Guardian and the New Statesman. He tweets @NickyWoolf.
“I have been FAR tougher on Russia than Obama, Bush or Clinton. Maybe tougher than any other President,” he claimed on Saturday.
Pistols, Temple, Licence to Kill. Don’t @ me.
The president has painted himself into a corner with no good options for him to save face.
The president’s much-hyped Oval Office address was both anticlimactic and depressing.
Figures from an OMB study of the 2013 shutdown show that, between lost GDP growth and wasted spending, shuttering the government is very costly indeed.
The age of false “civility” is over. It’s about time America’s legislators sounded like its people.
The video of her dancing while at university shows how refreshing it is to have an antidote to the unbearable white male stuffiness of Congress.
Facing the encroaching Mueller investigation and the prospect of dealing with a Democratic House, Trump has retreated to ground on which he feels secure.
In a poll, two-thirds of independent voters said they don’t believe that a border wall is important enough to warrant a shutdown.
The defense secretary – known alternately as “Mad Dog” and the “Warrior Monk” – was one of the last voices of reason in an increasingly chaotic administration.