Steve Bannon is, in some ways, more Trump than Trump. That’s his appeal and his Achilles Heel.
“We’re not going into Syria,” President Trump told me Tuesday in an exclusive interview.
In a flash, President Trump’s missile strike on Syria conveyed America’s moral outrage over the slaughter of innocents and delivered a lethal warning to two-bit tyrants everywhere.
Just when you thought Washington couldn’t get worse, we’re swamped by sensational headlines and breathless reports about Russia, wiretaps and criminal leaks of classified material.
President Trump is facing calls to retract and apologize for his sensational claim that former President Barack Obama wiretapped Trump Tower last year.
Media narratives are all the rage these days, with readers getting more than just facts — they also get journalists’ opinions on the larger scheme of things. And when it comes to Preet Bharara’s exit from the Manhattan US Attorney’s Office, all the media narratives are pretty much the same.
You don’t have to be a spook to spot the plan: Destroy Donald Trump by putting him in a Russian bear hug.
The media smart set fixates on creating a narrative that explains the big picture of events and offers gripping examples. In that spirit, then, here’s a narrative to help them understand President Trump’s recent burst of activity.
President Trump proved once again Thursday that he is the greatest show on Earth. Lions and tigers and elephants are kid stuff next to his high wire act.
Thank you, Hillary Clinton, for reminding America about the importance of Donald Trump’s victory and of the awful consequences if you had won.