Reading Time: 4 minutesAs President Donald Trump used his impeachment acquittal as a launchpad to settle scores with his political opponents, commentators from around the world surveyed the scene and drew very different conclusions — including about how it will all play out in the long run. WhoWhatWhy monitors global opinion and its impression of the far-reaching deve
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Reading Time: 4 minutesOPINION One of the most edifying aspects of the recent impeachment process has been the sheer, magnificent variety of Republican approaches to denying reality and avoiding accountability, for themselves and their president. Putting aside the creativity, the bottom line is that not a single Republican made a compelling or coherent case for acquitting the president.
Reading Time: 5 minutesKiev, UKRAINE – On Thursday night, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo flew the 5,000 miles (via a stop in London) from Washington, DC, to Kiev to reassure the Ukrainian people.
Reading Time: 5 minutesDonald Trump’s lawyers keep insisting that the president did not commit a crime. This may even be true in a narrow and fundamentally irrelevant sense. But to say the president did not “commit a crime” is not the same as saying the president broke no law.
Reading Time: 2 minutesIt’s a small thing that may not get a huge amount of attention, but it seems significant. A writer for an iconic, conservative news and opinion publication has leveled a new charge at Trump, based on revelations over the Ukraine affair and the role of operative Lev Parnas.Writing
Reading Time: 4 minutesThe Founding Fathers devised a political system with the goal of preventing a man of low morals and shady character from leading the United States.
Reading Time: 4 minutesAs the historic impeachment of President Donald Trump and the approaching 2020 election convulsed the US political debate, WhoWhatWhy’s weekly series surveys world opinion and its impression of the far-reaching developments.
Reading Time: 3 minutesAs the House of Representatives moved closer to impeaching President Donald Trump this week and the 2020 election looms large in the American psyche, WhoWhatWhy’s weekly series surveys world opinion of momentous events.
Reading Time: 4 minutesAs the impeachment of President Donald Trump and the forthcoming presidential election monopolizes the American conversation, WhoWhatWhy launches a weekly series looking at how the world views these historic events. This week Trump was in London for the 70th anniversary summit of NATO.
Reading Time: 4 minutesWhen reality meets the right-wing fantasy wonderland created by Fox “News,” it’s usually not a good look for the network that, as we’ve pointed out, was created to monetize the fears and insecur
Reading Time: 1 minute Polls show that more and more Americans want President Donald Trump impeached — and that includes some Republicans. But why? They all have their reasons.
Reading Time: 3 minutesAn increasingly unhinged President Donald Trump started the week by suggesting that Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) is guilty of treason and should be arrested. While that is, of course, completely nuts, what Schiff did was so dumb that you would have thought he headed the House Stupidity Committee, and not the Intelligence panel.
Reading Time: 3 minutesUkrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky starred in the “performance of his life” during a phone call with President Donald Trump and their subsequent meeting in New York, the Kyiv Post commented on Thursday. But while Trump faces an impeachment inquiry, Zelensky will likely get away with an epic loss of face, experts say.
Reading Time: 5 minutesWhile people from across the political spectrum have called for the impeachment of President Donald Trump on various grounds, the American public at large hasn’t warmed to the idea.
Reading Time: 9 minutesFew political leaders would seem more invulnerable than Nancy Pelosi (CA), the speaker of the House and a Democrat in one of the most heavily Democratic cities in the country.
In this video, Jason Bermas of WeAreChange joins us to discuss if this is truly the beginning of a move towards impeachment for Donald Trump and the beginning of the end for his administration. Will Robert Mueller indict Roger Stone and Don Jr.? Is the impeachment of this President imminent and who is the next to be taken down by the Mueller Probe?
In this video, Jason Bermas of WeAreChange joins us to discuss if this is truly the beginning of a move towards impeachment for Donald Trump and the beginning of the end for his administration. Is the impeachment of this President imminent? Make sure to follow us on @lukewearechange">Steemit too.
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Seeking a cheap high, a large group of Americans is at risk of destroying its dreams and aspirations. No, we’re not talking about the millions of people addicted to opioids but rather about Democrats who are on track to blow their chance to beat a historically unpopular president. And if they can’t manage to defeat Donald Trump — whose approval rating sits at 35% even though the economy is humming — then Democrats simply don’t deserve to win.
Is it just the fancy of a frustrated opposition, or can the impeachment of Donald Trump become a political reality? American University professor Allan Lichtman tells Jeff Schechtman that it’s not a question of if, but when this president is impeached. He goes on to detail a number of areas where he sees a potential for Congress to act.These include Trump’s ties to Russia, his practice of disregarding the law when it gets in his way, and his history of lying.
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