He has always behaved as if he is entitled to do whatever he wants whenever he wants — and to whom he wants.
Trump stokes fear and anger to rile his base, ignoring reality and provoking tensions with an ally.
The debate on whether and how to change the way we apportion voting districts deserves serious and open discussion, not subterfuge.
If Trump wants to avoid yet another possible investigation into alleged illegal behavior, maybe he should just fess up.
In any previous administration, a blatantly bigoted remark like Kelly’s would have brought a quick outcry and swift retraction.
If the Dreamers gain permanent legal status under a Trump plan, he will take his pound of flesh.
The GOP of Donald Trump will be forever branded as nativist and protectionist, like some gated community more interested in excluding than expanding.
Trump has decided that he is not president of all the people and he has no desire to be.
The broader American electorate will send the GOP a message in 2018 if things don’t change.
Trump’s threats and bullying — especially of members of Congress in his own party — are getting old. He must accomplish something concrete.
The Constitution provides a mechanism to remove a president who for mental as well as physical reasons cannot perform his duties.
Immigrants, especially those here legally, aren’t the problem, and cutting their numbers in half will do great harm to the economy.
Getting behind the RAC could give President Trump a needed win — and fulfill his most important promise: to make America great again.
CHAVEZ: In a week in which all political eyes should have been focused on health care reform, the Trumps dropped another bombshell.
Maintaining the integrity of our electoral system is paramount, but the Trump commission’s data grab isn’t the way to go about it.