A first-time impression of a NATO summit – one that seems to have been uniquely designed with the American President’s “interests and eccentricities in mind”.
In his new book, Peter Oborne interprets a collection of the outrageous Tweets which carried Trump to high office.
Plus: A diplomatic success for Trump. A Love Actually moment, please, from May. And: has anyone seen Diane Abbott?
“I will make clear to President Trump that intelligence that is shared between our law enforcement agencies must remain secure.”
No one looked more uncomfortable to be in the Middle East than Steve Bannon, who was reduced to a ‘seen but not heard’ role in Riyadh.
Nor should we indulge the murderer’s view of himself as being motivated by ideology. He was evil, and his final act was to spit in the face of God.
It’s hard to see enough Republican legislators backing it, but don’t put it past the President to change that.
We should be asking ourselves whether the law is putting our data more at risk than the balance between collective and personal security requires.
The President’s decision has aroused concern in both parties, and drawn attention once again to an issue he is desperate to shake off.
The next few years abroad will be as absorbing as any in recent years, and will demand more of the new Tory intake’s attention than might be considered usual.
Perhaps the reason why the Conservatives are marginalising them is that the former are shaping an electoral coalition big enough to include Leavers and Remainers.
He pledged in his campaign to drain the swamp. By 2020, he could find that the swamp has drained him.
Taking out the middle man is what the Protestant reformers promised to do, and Carswell is in his way a very Protestant figure.
Plus, Karl Rove discusses the differences between running a business and governing.
While his inexperience was lauded as a positive during the campaign, his lack of political savvy has proved a hindrance.