The Gathering ‘-Storm’: Trump’s Reality TV Presidency Is Heading for a Cliffhanger

The Gathering  ‘-Storm’: Trump’s Reality TV Presidency Is Heading for a Cliffhanger
President Donald Trump speaks at the Conversations with the Women of America event at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, Washington, Jan. 16, 2018 (AP photo by Manuel Balce Ceneta).

Coming up on the one-year anniversary of Donald Trump’s inauguration as U.S. president, a number of weighty international issues loom on the near horizon. Asia is on edge over signs the United States might initiate a nuclear war with North Korea and a trade war with China. The Middle East risks going completely off the rails after Trump’s reversal of decades-long U.S. policy on the Israel-Palestine conflict and his threatened reversal of the nuclear deal with Iran. Alarms are sounding in Europe over a paradigmatic shift in relations with Washington that poses an existential threat to the idea of a […]

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