By David Malcolm Another day, another swipe at the UK and this time, Trump has decided to really rattle those pesky Brits who happen to be his nation’s closest and oldest allies. Taking a cue from Fox News, Trump took to Twitter to take a stand against one of Britain’s
By David Malcolm The struggle over the Dreamers is taking on a greater sense of urgency within Congress as the clock ticks down to March when the protections offered under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) runs out. Once that happens, 800,000 Dreamers will find themselves deported from what many consider
By David Malcolm The intensity and ferocity of the attacks against the DOJ and the FBI are as clear a sign as any that Trump and his inner circle are afraid of the Russian investigation and of Robert Mueller. Is it secret guilt, concerns about their brand or an awareness of
By David Malcolm The Nunes memo has been approved to be released, after months of wrangling and an increasingly hostile war of words. Finally, the veil has been lifted over the ‘explosive’ contents of Devin Nunes memo, claiming bias within the FBI and the DOJ. Having read the memo over,
By David Malcolm One of the traits of the UK-US relationship is the trading, not just of goods, but of ideas and trends. From abolitionists to boy-bands, America and Britain can share much of each other’s social, cultural and political backgrounds. Sadly, the sweet is often followed by the bitter.
By David Malcolm In the history of American presidents, there are few who rise to the exalted heights or devastating lows of John F. Kennedy and his family. They became one of America’s most famous political dynasty and possibly one of the most tragic. Now, Joseph Kennedy III is making