And his aides are not rolling their eyes at his stupidities. One of my recent columns at The Guardian: Whatever the Trump era represents, it surely marks the dawn of a golden age of satire. But beware of laughing too much: the joke might be on us. Yes, Trump tweets like a buffoon. But we... Continue Reading →
It's apparently time to get over our weird attachment to the facts. One of my recent columns from The Guardian (apologies for posting it late): The late, great Daniel Patrick Moynihan used to say that everyone was entitled to their own opinion but not to their own set of facts. He obviously never imagined... Continue Reading →
My latest at The Guardian is about Trump's trumped up role on The Apprentice: the alpha dog boss pretending to be the successful executive he has never been in real life. That's sadly the show we're watching unfold in his so-called presidential transition right now. The Apprentice, that long, free commercial for a president-elect, hinges on... Continue Reading →
My latest column for the Guardian is about Trump's business dealings and how they are not some quaint conflict of interest. What kind of example are we setting for the rest of the world if the leader of the free world is enriching himself while in office? Somehow Donald Trump manages to dumb down everything.... Continue Reading →
Here's my latest column for The Guardian on Trump's foreign policy team, such as it is. Say what you like about past presidents and their international legacies, but it’s hard to dispute the caliber of their national security advisers. From Henry Kissinger to Colin Powell, from Zbig Brzezinski to Sandy Berger, from Condi Rice to... Continue Reading →
Catch my appearance on Meet the Press on Sunday Sept 15th here. I'll be on Morning Joe and The Last Word on Monday Sept 16th.