Trump's reckless determination to tear up the legacy of his far superior predecessor – Barack Obama – may make him feel better, but it's putting actual lives at risk.
Instead of standing up for the men and women who selflessly serve their country, the president – once again – took the side of the man who helped put him in the White House.
The White House rushed to lift sanctions that the Obama administration imposed on Russia for interfering in the 2016 election.
James Madison said representatives should be able to "withstand the temporary delusion" to "give time and opportunity for more cool and sedate reflection."
"A policy which closes our doors to over 200 million legitimate travelers ... will not achieve its aim of making our country safer."
Trump needs to make clear “'activists' within the State Department promoting" pro-LGBT policies "will be ferreted out and will be replaced"
The media has every right to examine the Clinton Foundation's work, but they should do it in a way that is driven by facts.
In fact, the State Department could easily have substituted the name Republican Party for Islamic Republic of Iran, condemned the same practices, and no conscious American or citizen of any other foreign nation would have batted an eye or disagreed with the assertions in the report; America's human rights violations as of late are well known around the world.