America’s commander-in-chief has always been a brash and bullying liar. As of last week, though, he has become a gruesome threat to the country he insists he loves.
U.S. President Donald J. Trump, pictured Oct. 5, 20202, departing the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. It looks increasingly likely that the only way Mr. Trump will leave the White House is strapped to a chair and carried out like Hannibal Lecter, writes Michael Harris. Official White House Photograph by Joyce N. Boghosian
HALIFAX—I have to write about Donald Trump again.
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'You don't stop trying to find ways of resolving differences in opinion, but I do think in this day and age you need a whole range of ways of expressing concern and trying to move opinion,' says Bob Rae.
Government House Leader Pablo Rodriguez dodged questions if the government was responsible for setting the stage for a stand-off that could trigger an election, saying the question should be asked of the Conservatives.
Global Brief magazine editor Irvin Studin says politicians and policy-makers' thinking is 'too small, it’s too linear, it’s too path dependent, and it looks increasingly absurd as these systemic crises.'