To claim the Russians were trying to get Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) elected as the next president of the United States is absurd, says an American political commentator.
The US President Donald Trump’s so-called deal of the century on the decades-old Israeli-Palestinian conflict is based on lies as the initiative is in breach of international law and only favors the Zionist regime, says an American political commentator.
Several multinational meetings have recently been held to negotiate a way out of years of conflict in Libya; none of them, however, has culminated in an agreement or a solution. According to a political analyst, as long as the rival groups are being provided with weapons, there would be no end to the conflict in the North African country.
Donald Trump was successful in 2016 because he appealed to the Americans who know they’re being robbed of their futures “by an established class of politicians, bankers, and the media,” according to Myles Hoenig, an American political analyst and activist.
The false claims made by US President Donald Trump during a speech on Wednesday following the American assassination of a top Iranian general and Tehran’s swift retaliation illustrates the US leader’s “level of stupidity” and his inability to think strategically, a political analyst in Maryland says.
The shadow business secretary, Keir Starmer, has emerged as the frontrunner to replace Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, despite the fact that he has yet to formally declare his candidature in the Labour leadership contest.
The impeachment inquiry into US President Donald Trump will fail to yield any results and is just an “advertising tool” for the Democratic Party to marshal popular support for the 2020 presidential election race, says an American political analyst and radio host.
The baseless allegations made against US lawmaker Tulsi Gabbard by former Secretary of State and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton underscores her unstable character and narcissistic behavior, says an American academic and analyst.
An American political analyst has rejected as “completely nonsense” the former Republican Senator Jeff Flake’s statement that at least 35 Republican senators would vote to impeach President Donald Trump and remove him from office if they could vote privately, saying that the numbers would definitely fail to reach a quorum for impeachment proceeding at the Senate.