As a political leader, candidate Trump has made controlling the southern border one of his major themes. He has been talking about it for three and a half years. If he were to back down, it would send a signal of weakness to his base.
If our policymakers keep pushing Americans with lunatic economic policies, you're going to start to see voters vote for some very radical candidates, very radical, and that's guaranteed.
Let’s face it, all the action that could affect our daily lives for years is in Washington, D.C. right now. Both sides are so busy arguing about the numbers and fact-checking each other but no one is really taking the time to explain this.
Results not resistance. That’s what I think the American public was expecting when they brought Democrats back into power in the House.
Barring some miraculous breakthrough, on Saturday the current government shutdown will become the longest in American history. But it has already hit another historic milestone: It is, by far and away, the stupidest government shutdown in American history.
Speaker Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, this is not a manufactured crisis. These are real statistics, real people, real lives and many deaths. This is about life and death.
Nearly three-quarters of a century ago, Winston Churchill described socialism as “the equal sharing of misery.” Venezuela under Maduro shows that description holds true today.
Political parties must have something positive to say along with the criticism of the other party’s positions. Voters know that we have no real discussion on Trump’s policies, just hyperbole, hysteria, and obstruction.
The secretary of state made it clear: We will not apologize for America, we will stand up for our interests, and we will cooperate with our allies as long as they are willing to share the burden of preserving freedom.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was right to visit Egypt, whose president is a friend of the US and deserves the support he has received from the Trump administration.