The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: While Trump had the weirdest set of endorsements this week, lets not ignore the fact that Hillary is trying to tap into the Instagram generation with Demi Lovato.
With the spotlight on the U.S. Presidential race focused elsewhere, Frederick Johnston recognizes the gratingly familiar moves of Hillary Clinton.
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: The word to describe the past week in U.S. politics is “demeaning” … from Hillary Clinton’s health claims to Ben Carson dealing with kids.
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: Who was the fundraising winner of 2015, Trump/Clinton friendship, Jeb Bush cancels TV ads, and Carly Fiorina’s backing of the wrong sports team.
The ‘Weak’ in U.S. Politics: Trump fails at speaking Yiddish, Carson’s comeback, Sanders sues the DNC, and Lindsey Graham (remember him?) drops out.
The ‘Weak’ in U.S. Politics saw cat fights during the GOP debate, a data breach scandal, and Putin coming out in support of Trump.
The ‘Weak’ in Politics: ‘Trump Hate Lite’, what Millennials really want, and would Bernie Sanders treat terrorists like capitalists?
Australian Roger Pugh is worried that presidential dynasties in the U.S. could lead to someone like Chelsea Clinton or Prince Charles becoming president.
In this latest “The ‘Weak’ in Politics: #USElections Wrap-Up”, Alexandra Tselios wants to know if people understand the theories around Socialism and Capitalism properly, while also wondering if Trump’s “stupid” comments were altered by CNN as reports suggest.
Jordan King Lacroix hears the social media feedback that Clinton didn’t ‘win’ the first Democratic debate, but he is sure she definitely didn’t lose.